A view of a Metro stop. (Luz Lazo/The Washington Post)

Updated at 11:06 a.m.

Normal service is back on Metro’s Red Line.

Updated at 10:42 a.m.

Trains on Metro’s Blue and Silver lines are no longer sharing a track.

Updated at 10:33 a.m.

And now it’s the Red Line’s turn.

Metro said there is a switch problem outside the Dupont Circle stop that is causing delays in both directions.

Updated at 10:10 a.m.

The M Street entrance at the Navy Yard stop on the Green Line has now reopened after an earlier power outage.

Updated at 10:01 a.m.

Metro said it has restored power to one of two stations on the Green Line. But a problem remains at the Navy Yard stop where the M Street entrance is closed because of the power outage.

The New Jersey Avenue stop is open, and the power has been restored at the Anacostia stop.

Also, trains are no longer sharing a track on the Blue and Silver lines after an earlier problem with a track at the Stadium-Armory stop. There are still some delays on those lines.

Updated at 9:50 a.m.

Power has been restored on the Green Line’s Anacostia station.

And Blue and Silver line trains are no longer sharing track between the Eastern Market and Stadium-Armory stations. There was a track problem at the Stadium-Armory stop. Riders should still expect residual delays in both directions.

Updated at 8:45 a.m.

Metro said two stations on its Green Line — Anacostia and the Navy Yard — are experiencing a power outage. The transit agency said it is not impacting train service.

Crews are on the scene.

Updated at 6:28 a.m.

Normal service is back on Metro’s Red Line after a morning that involved several problems, including a deer that was hit by a train outside the Fort Totten stop, a smoking insulator near the Medical Center stop and a broken-down train at the Tenleytown stop.

Updated at 5:56 a.m.

Problems continue to plague Metro’s Red Line early Wednesday morning. Trains briefly stopped sharing a track on the west side of the line after an earlier track problem that involved a smoking insulator outside the Medical Center stop.

But just a few minutes after that was resolved, Metro said trains were sharing a track between the Tenleytown and Van Ness stations because of a broken-down train outside the Tenleytown stop.

The delays are in both directions of the line.

Original post at 5:30 a.m.

Riders on Metro’s busy Red Line should expect major delays Wednesday morning after two problems. There are delays in both directions of the line.

There is a track problem that may involve an arcing insulator outside the Medical Center stop. Trains are sharing a track between the Grosvenor and Medical Center stops.

Plus, a Metro train struck a deer outside the Fort Totten stop. So on that side of the rail line, trains are sharing a track between the Takoma and Fort Totten stations.