Update, 7:57 a.m.
Normal service has resumed on the Red Line following delays due to a disabled train in Northeast Washington.
The disabled train has been cleared and trains are no longer single-tracking between Fort Totten and Rhode Island Avenue stations. Metro reports that residual delays have also cleared.
Original post, 7:26 a.m.:
Red Line trains are experiencing delays due to a disabled train near the Brookland Metro station.
Trains are single-tracking in both directions between Fort Totten and Rhode Island Avenue stations in Northeast Washington.
Metro officials recommend that riders use the Green Line as an alternate.