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Switch causes Yellow Line delays

7:30 p.m. Update: Metro says the problem has been cleared.

Original post: A switch malfunction outside of Huntington Station in Northern Virginia is causing delays in both directions on the Yellow Line. Switches allow trains to be guided from one set of tracks to another.

This post will be updated.

What are you experiencing on the Yellow Line? Post a comment below?

Riders report from the rails (#wmata):

By Michael Bolden  | November 1, 2010; 6:47 PM ET
Categories:  Yellow Line  
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