Passengers headed toward Fredericksburg will arrive at their destinations up to 15 minutes late.
A five-foot-long snake eating its "breakfast" (a bird) is spotted at the Naylor Road stop on Metro's Green Line. It caused no injuries, no delays. Rider who snapped a picture of the snake said, "it was just something different to see first thing in the morning."
No one was injured in the collision.
The incident began around 1 p.m. Monday.
The Bethesda stop has a new escalator. And it works!
Several hiccups in Monday morning commute on Metro's rail lines.
Authorities say train struck trespasser at the Levittown/Tulleytown station on Saturday morning. Service was restored around noon, but residual delays remain.
Scott also previously served as deputy general manager for administration at WMATA.
Several sporting events will draw extra traffic. Metro trains on four lines will operate 24 minutes apart.
Trains no longer sharing a track on Blue and Yellow lines