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Trains restored at DIA after outage

Denver International Airport said it is exploring ideas to provide alternate access to concourses B and C, which are currently only accessible by train.

DENVER — Train service at Denver International Airport (DIA) was disrupted Tuesday morning, leaving many travelers unable to access concourses B and C until service was restored.

DIA tweeted at 10:27 a.m. that the train to the gates had temporarily stopped and crews were working to restore service.

Security at the north and south checkpoints was being metered, and passengers flying out of Concourse A were advised to walk there via bridge security.

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A commenter on Twitter said that DIA should have made an announcement at the airport.

"We apologize," DIA responded. "There should have been announcements running and we have notified our communications center of the issue."

Airlines were aware of the train delays, and DIA said it was their decision to determine if they would hold flights due to the disruption.

DIA said service was partially restored at 10:54 a.m., and said it was restored to full capacity at 10:59 a.m. after a stuck train was cleared. Security in the north and south checkpoints was still being metered to allow the train platforms to clear.

DIA responded to comments about the inability to access concourses B and C, saying it is exploring ideas to provide alternate access to those areas.

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