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It should be smooth sailing again for FrontRunner commuters attempting to navigate Utah County.
By noon, Utah Transit Authority spokesman Remi Barron said all trains were back to normal, bringing an end to a bumpy morning commute.
During peak morning travel times, some commuters experienced delays of up to 30 minutes on Utah County FrontRunner lines, first due to a Union Pacific train blocking the commuter track and then due to a maintenance malfunction on a FrontRunner train.
The agency ran extra trains to help with the delays.