Updated at 10:08 a.m.

And now the Red Line has problems.

Passengers on a train headed to Shady Grove had to get off at the Rhode Island Avenue stop because the train had a brake problem.

There was also a report of a fire at Union Station, but fire officials said it wasn’t really a fire. They were on the scene because of exhaust coming from a train. There were no reported injuries.

Just after 10 a.m., Metro spokesman Dan Stessel said the exhaust was coming from an Amtrak train, not a Metro train. D.C.


Updated at 8:54 a.m.

Passengers on a Blue Line train headed to Largo had to get off at the Pentagon stop. There was a door problem with a train.

It has been a rough morning for commuters on Metro.

Original post at 8:16 a.m.

Metro riders reported crowded stations and platforms on parts of the Blue, Orange and Silver lines Wednesday morning as the transit agency had several problems.

Passengers on Maryland-bound trains on the those lines “may experience residual delays,” Metro said via Twitter. The problem is an earlier issue with a train at the Rosslyn stop. Metro said all trains are moving.

Earlier, passengers on a Largo-bound train on the Silver Line had to get off because of a brake problem.