Trains mostly back on track following storm

After Bodil, trains are running again but on a reduced schedule

Railway operator DSB announced this morning that trains were once again running as of 5am this morning, following yesterday's shutdown of rail traffic for the storm for Bodil. 

The A, B and C lines of the S-trains in the capital area are running every 20 minutes this morning, while the F line is running every ten minutes. DSB says it hopes to be back to running trains every ten minutes by 1pm. On the B line, passengers will have to take a bus between Hillerød and Birkerød this morning, but that too is hoped to be cleared up by afternoon. Lines Bx, E and H are not running today. 

InterCity and regional trains are also running again, but many are are running on reduced schedules. See the details for regional trains and S-trains on DSB's website. 

According to DSB, the travel planning site Rejseplanen has been updated to reflect traffic changes and can be used to plan your morning commute.

In other travel news, police report that the Storebæltsbro bridge is still closed to traffic due to high winds. 

For more information on the storm Bodil, see our running updates from yesterday




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