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Metro: Single Tracking Over, Commuters May See Residual Delays

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    Service is returning to normal on the Blue Line after a track problem forced single tracking during the Monday morning commute.

    Commuters may run into some residual delays.

    Blue and Silver line trains were single tracking and Silver Line trains were not operating past the Stadium-Armory station, delaying the Monday morning commute.

    Metro says a track problem at Addison Road caused the delays.

    Commuters using the Silver Line were forced to switch to a Blue Line train if they wanted to travel between Stadium-Armory and Lardo Town Center.

    Blue and Silver line trains were single tracking between Addison Road and Morgan Boulevard.

    The cause of the delay is being investigated, a Metro spokesperson said. Trains were single tracking for more than an hour.

    News 4 traffic reporter Melissa Mollet advises giving yourself extra time during your morning commute.

    Stay with News4 for more morning commute updates.