Green Line no longer single tracking after rail problem

Metrorail is the subway system in the D.C. area. (WTOP/Amanda Iacone)

Green Line trains are no longer single tracking after an earlier, track-related delay between the Greenbelt and College Park Metro stations.

A WMATA spokesman said a loose third rail cable on the track near College Park, Maryland led to single tracking around 5 a.m. Tuesday.

Trains were no longer single tracking as of 6:15 a.m. Expect residual delays in both directions.

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