A piece of maintenance equipment — like the one pictured, left — broke down just outside the National Airport station this afternoon, leading to single-tracking. While the equipment was eventually moved to allow normal rail operations, delays lingered into the evening rush.
Via Twitter, riders reported various problems, from long delays to trains being offloaded at already-crowded station.
— SavetheBlueLine (@savetheblueline) January 11, 2016
@unsuckdcmetro Been sitting at Crystal City for over 30mins. 3 trains passed heading towards pentagon. What a mess!
— Keith P. (@Keith_Alan1) January 11, 2016
— mdoodly (@mdoodly) January 11, 2016
— ChristopherStevenson (@IrishElCucuy) January 11, 2016
@unsuckdcmetro Yellow Line to Huntington was just offloaded at Pentagon.
— Ian Platz (@Ian_Platz) January 11, 2016
— Liz Sourlemon (@lizsourlemon) January 11, 2016
As of publication time, even more issues and delays were being reported on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines in D.C.
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