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Signal Failure Causes Train Cancellations in East Jutland, Denmark

Train traffic in East Jutland has been seriously affected by a signal failure early Tuesday morning, leading to cancellations of several regional trains between Fredericia and Aarhus. A cable that has been cut is the cause of the issues, resulting in delays and challenges for morning commuters. DSB (Danish State Railways) has announced on their website that, for the time being, replacement bus services have been put in place to transport passengers on the affected routes. This measure is a temporary solution while repair work is ongoing.

Although IC (InterCity) and Express trains continue to operate as scheduled, they are also impacted by the situation as they will make extra stops in Hedensted to meet the transportation needs in the area. Passengers who normally use the stations in Brejning and Børkop are advised to use the replacement bus services instead. DSB expects train services to return to normal later in the day, but not before 9 a.m. Passengers are encouraged to stay updated through DSB’s website and app for the latest information regarding train operations.

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