DENVER -- The A-Line's on a roll.

At a meeting Wednesday, state regulators in Colorado decided to wave off the flaggers from two more crossings of the formerly-troubled train to the plane - Save Boulevard and Monaco Parkway.

This decision brings the number of crossings certified by the Public Utilities Commission up to eight. The PUC expects to discuss the remaining three crossings in the coming weeks.

While these decisions release RTD from the state's rules, RTD still needs approval from the Federal Railroad Administration.

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