Low-Hanging Cable Makes Mess of Red Line

Wednesday, Nov 13, 2013  |  Updated 12:07 PM EDT
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Commuters on the Red Line faced major delays Wednesday morning as crews worked to repair a low-hanging cable outside the Woodley Park station.

Commuters on the Red Line faced major delays Wednesday morning as crews worked to repair a low-hanging cable outside the Woodley Park station.

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Commuters on the Red Line faced major delays Wednesday morning as crews worked to repair a low-hanging cable outside the Woodley Park station.

Just after 7 a.m. Wednesday, trains began single-tracking between the Van Ness and  Dupont Circle stations.  Repairs to the low-hanging cable inside a tunnel outside the Woodley Park station were completed just over three hours later.

Riders can expect residual delays in both directions.

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