Updated at 9:47 a.m.
Metro said normal service has resumed on its Orange Line after earlier troubles.
Updated at 9:10 a.m.
Now it is the Orange Line’s turn — again — for Wednesday morning delays.
Riders should expect residual delays to New Carrollton because of an earlier train malfunction at Dunn Loring.
On the Red Line, normal service has resumed at Union Station after earlier problems.
For riders, it was a morning commute with plenty of comments about Metro’s service on social media. Here’s a look at a few on Twitter:
Just once I wish my train would experience an emotional breakdown instead of a mechanical one. #redline
— Melody Joy Kramer (@mkramer) April 9, 2014
Here’s hoping the OL is in better shape than it was 30 minutes ago… #wmata
— Cara Richards (@CaraR94) April 9, 2014
It’s kind of an amazing feat (maybe?) that every single #wmata line this morning is messed up. Or is it just another Wednesday morning in DC
— Solange U (@dcGisenyi) April 9, 2014
Updated at 8:57 a.m.
Metro said normal service has resumed outside the Stadium-Armory stop.
However, there are residual delays to Glenmont on the Red Line because of an earlier train malfunction at Union Station.
Original at 7:27 a.m.
Metro riders on the Blue and Orange lines should expect delays Wednesday morning.
The problem is due to a signal issue outside the Stadium-Armory stop.
It is not immediately clear how long the delays would last.
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