DENVER — RTD’s A line to Denver International Airport experienced 15- to 30-minute delays Thursday because of what the agency said were “minor technical issues.”
RTD said just after 6 a.m. the issues were with the positive train control switch and wayside signals. The issues were resolved just before 7:30 a.m., but there were still delays as the trains returned to the normal schedule.
There have been several problems with the A line since it opened in April, including power problems that stopped the trains last month.
On May 24, a lightning strike cut power to the line, stranding 80 passengers who had to walk on a 50-foot-high bridge.
There also have been delays because of crossing issues.