Today’s Headlines

  • Transit-Oriented Development Is Years Away at Some A-Line Stations (DenPo)
  • …While Mayor Hancock Dreams About “Commercial Community” Around Airport (CPR)
  • A-Line Opening Weekend Draws 80,000 Riders (Fox31)
  • How Will the A-Line Affect Taxi and Parking Businesses? (CPR)
  • B-Cycle Adds Bike Stations to Union Station (CBS4)
  • Truck Driver Seriously Injures Woman Walking in Boulder Crosswalk (Daily Camera)
  • Transit Officers, Cameras Will Look for Fare Dodgers on A-Line (ABC7)
  • Confluence Looks at All the Art Along Denver Transit Lines
  • Former Mayor Federico Peña Looks Back at the A-Line’s Genesis (CPR)
  • Guy in Sheridan Keeps Trying and Failing to Get Electronic Traffic Enforcement Banned (DenPo)

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  • Daniel Costello

    I haven’t seen any news coverage of it, but there was about an hour between 1:20 and 2:20 PM on Saturday where trains were not arriving or departing from DIA. We had made it through the about 45 minute long line to get down to the platform, and then the trains stopped. The only information we received was an automated announcement that said that trains were “delayed” due to “signal issues”.

    • rorojo

      I heard one of the street crossing signals had issues. Nothing too exciting.

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