A section of Metro's Red Line was single-tracking Wednesday evening because of an arcing insulator.
Train service initially was suspended between the Medical Center and Twinbrook stations.
Trains are no longer single-tracking between the two stations. Metro is telling riders to expect residual delays in both directions.
Shuttle service is available, Metro said.
The arcing insulator was outside the Grosvenor station.
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