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Metro restored some aboveground service on several of its train lines today.
The transit authority reopened aboveground stations between Ballston and New Carrollton on the Orange Line, Union Station and Glenmont on the Red Line and Fort Totten and Branch Avenue on the Green Line at 11 a.m.
Though Metro announced yesterday its plans to reopen some stations that were closed during the blizzard, those plans did not originally include aboveground service restorations.
The stations between East Falls Church and Vienna and along the Silver Line are still currently closed. More stations may open throughout the day, according to Metro spokesman Richard Jordan. Though Jordan did not say which stations might be reopened next, he said to expect an update later this afternoon.
Fares will not be charged today, and trains will run every 20-25 minutes until midnight.
Metro will also restore service to the 5A bus route between L’Enfant Plaza and Dulles Airport at noon today.
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