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Train and RTD disruption causing slower travel time at Denver International Aiport

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Denver International Airport is expecting more than 178,000 travelers to hit the terminals Wednesday as they head out for Thanksgiving. And that's in just one day. Through the week more than one million people will use the airport during the busiest travel time of the year.

The trains serving the concourses and terminals were running slower than normal as of 7:45 a.m. Airport officials said a sensor issued caused train crews to manually drive the trains for a time. As of 8:30 a.m., the trains are running normally and crews are working to catch up with passenger demand. 

RTD reports there was an incident that has stopped service on the A Line. Shuttle buses are being used to transport passengers.

The airport advises arriving early due to longer than expected travel times.

More: www.flydenver.com/

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