DENVER (CBS4)– RTD says that a software fix is coming soon that should alleviate the issues plaguing the A Line. The agency says all the new high rises around Union Station have been interfering with with the train’s GPS signal.

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RTD submitted its plan to the Federal Railroad Administration on Friday on a fix to the issues at all the A Line gate crossings.

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RTD plans to start service on the G Line in the first quarter of 2019. It just needs approval from the federal regulators.

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  1. Scott Lee says:

    Getting the train running with passengers is one thing, but getting it a quiet zone needs to be more of a priority. 7am to 7pm isn’t bad, when it starts rolling from 3am to 1am, that’s ridiculous.

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