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Speed restrictions for VRE trains

Mark Berman

VRE trains will all be running under speed restrictions due to flash flood warnings this morning.

Trains on the Manassas Line will be limited to a maximum speed of 15 mph until just south of Alexandria. As a result, Manassas Line trains will be at least one hour late this morning.

(Additionally, Manassas Line trains 330 and 321 will be cancelled.)

All Fredericksburg Line trains will expereince delays of 30-45 minutes this morning, also due to the speed restrictions.

The "Metro Option" has been opened for VRE riders able to utilize it; show your VRE ticket to the station manager for Metro access.

By Mark Berman  | September 30, 2010; 8:23 AM ET
Categories:  Advisories, Virginia Railway Express  
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