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“Red Line service suspension may continue into tomorrow AM rush hour due to ongoing fire activity adjacent to Metro tracks.”


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From Alert DC:

“WMATA reports Red Line service suspension may continue into tomorrow morning rush hour due to ongoing fire activity near the tracks. If so, Rush Hour Promise will not be in effect on the Red Line but will continue for all others. Check wmata.com for all updates before traveling.”

From WMATA:

“Red Line service has been restored at Brookland and Fort Totten. Shuttle bus service remains from Fort Totten, Takoma and Silver Spring. Delays and crowded conditions continue.”

“Red Line service suspension may continue into tomorrow AM rush hour due to ongoing fire activity adjacent to Metro tracks. If so, Rush Hour Promise will not be in effect on the Red Line; in effect for all others. Check http://wmata.com for updates before traveling.”

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