UPDATE, 10:35 A.M.

At around 10:30 a.m., Metro tweeted that the Red Line is no longer single-tracking after repairs were made following Monday’s derailment.

UPDATE, 8:49 A.M.:

Metro is warning about crowding at stations on the Red Line as repairs and single-tracking continue after Monday’s derailment. About 7:40 a.m., the agency tweeted that there was “crowding possible” as repairs continue outside Farragut North and the Red Line continues single-tracking between Judiciary Square and Farragut North.

Riders took to social media to complain about long delays on freezing platforms and crowded trains.

UPDATE, 6:56 A.M.: 

Red Line trains will single-track in pairs, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority said, and the first of the two trains will skip Farragut North. Commuters should listen for announcements.


The Red Line is single-tracking amid derailment repairs, authorities said Tuesday.

At 5 a.m., WMATA tweeted that Red Line trains would run every 10 minutes with single-tracking between Judiciary Square and Farragut North because of repairs after Monday’s derailment outside Farragut North, and commuters should expect delays.