More train delays this morning

City S-trains facing delays and cancellations

For the second morning in a row, the city S-trains are experiencing delays due to signal errors in several areas along the city rail network.

National rail operators, DSB, has announced that trains will either experience delays or be cancelled, leading to longer waiting and travelling times.

Technicians are working on fixing the issue and while DSB are trying to get lines A, B, C and E to go every twenty minutes, they can’t say when the problem will be fixed.

DSB revealed that the situation will have the following effects of the morning traffic:

Line A will go between Hundige and Farum

Line C will go between Frederikssund and Klampenborg

Line H will go between Frederikssund and Copenhagen Central

Line F will go every ten minutes but not according to its usual schedule

Line Bx has been cancelled until further notice





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