DSB trains back to normal

IT failure caused panic among commuters earlier, but trains are now back on track

July 8th, 2014 3:54 pm| by admin

All trains in Zealand are now running according to their normal schedules after an IT system failure this morning temporarily stopped regional and intercity services.

DSB expected all trains to be departing on time without further delays by the time the commuters began to head home from work later this afternoon.

Before rush hour
"We expect everything to be back to normal when rush hour kicks in," the rail provider Banedanmark announced.

It added that the IT system failure that caused trains all around Denmark to stop has now be solved.

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