Metro troubles on Green, Blue and Yellow lines resolved

Updated at 10:36 a.m.

Metro said normal service has resumed on the Green and Yellow lines at the Fort Totten station.

Updated at 10:27 a.m.

Metro said there are delays on the Green and Yellow lines Thursday morning because of an earlier train malfunction outside of the Fort Totten station.

But Metro said normal service had resumed on its Blue and Yellow lines between the National Airport and Braddock Road stops.

Updated at 9:40 a.m.

Trains are no longer sharing a track on the Blue and Yellow lines. But delays continue in both directions because of an earlier track problem outside the National Airport station.

Updated at 8:30 a.m.

Riders should expect delays on the Blue and Yellow lines because of train congestion.

The congestion is from a track problem near Ronald Reagan National Airport. The delays are to the Largo and Mount Vernon Square stations.

Here’s some thoughts from riders on Twitter as they deal with the morning’s delays:

 

 

 

Updated at 6:33 a.m.

Trains are no longer sharing a track on the Blue and Yellow lines. But delays continue in both directions, officials said.

Original post at 6:06 a.m.

Riders should expect delays on the Blue and Yellow lines Thursday morning.

Trains are sharing a track between Pentagon City and Braddock Road. There is a track problem outside Crystal City.

Metro spokesman Dan Stessel said in an email that crews were late in clearing track work from the overnight hours.

The delays are in both direction.

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Dana Hedgpeth is a Post reporter, working the early morning, reporting on traffic, crime and other local issues.

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