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DSB expects cancellations in the next few days

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DSB expects cancellations in the next few days

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DSB recommends that commuters and other train drivers keep themselves aware if their routes are concerned.

 

The DSB's passengers who have experienced changes in train traffic on Wednesday morning, should keep a close eye on DSB's homepage.

 

This comes from DSB's information manager Tony Bispeskov.

 

On Wednesday railway traffic was affected by a number of cancellations and trains have been replaced by train busses. This has happened after DSB pulled all IC4 trains out of the platform on Tuesday because of a technical error, which must now be examined.

 

  • If you are covered by these changes it's a good idea to keep yourselves informed, when it becomes relevant for you, says Tony Bispeskov.

 

  • If one has already been covered by the cancellations and has to go back home from work or school later in the day, it's a good idea to inform themselves as fast as possible.

 

The cancellations shall include among other things, five departures across parts of the country. And commuters must prepare themselves for the fact that the temporary changes DSB has launched on Wednesday, will also affect the railway traffic throughout the week.

 

  • Our starting point is the plan that we have set for today (Wednesday), says Tony Bispeskov about the schedule for the coming days.
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  • It may happen that we will change it. I will not deny that.

 

If you plan to travel by train next week, it's Tony Bispeskovs appeal to keep yourself informed on DSB's homepage through the weekend.

 

The IC4 trains represent about ten percent of the DSB's fleet. There are no problems with the remaining trains.

 

The trains were pulled out of service on Tuesday, after a hydraulic pump went away at a IC4 train in the vicinity of Hedehusene Station near Roskilde.

 

The IC4 trains are now being examined. It's not known when the examinations will be completed and a more permanent decision can be taken.

 

Original text by Ritzau