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Topic - Fort Totten
Metro trains are running again between the Fort Totten and NoMa-Gallaudet stations after an overnight train derailment closed a portion of the Red Line.
Metro's Red Line was shut down between the Fort Totten and NoMa-Gallaudet stations after an overnight train derailment.
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Full service on Metro's Green Line was restored in time for the Monday morning commute after a train derailment on Friday.
High temperatures caused a "heat kink" along a stretch of Metrorail track, officials said, closing a portion of Green Line service throughout the weekend and likely impacting the Monday morning rush hour.
Metro officials on Saturday said excessive heat was the probable cause for a train derailment Friday in Prince George's County.
A man was stabbed aboard a Metrobus early Wednesday afternoon near the George Washington University campus.
Metro's much-anticipated Rush Plus service, a new Metrorail schedule intended to bring more commuters to more places on more trains, begins Monday.
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