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Posted at 6:56 AM ET, 12/ 8/2010

VRE delays

By Mark Berman
Mark Berman

8:50 A.M. UPDATE:
Train 321 is no longer on the real-time map on VRE's site, nor is it listed on the status page. Meanwhile, train 332 is listed as being 45 minutes behind schedule.

8:30 A.M. UPDATE:
The real-time map on VRE's site, which earlier showed train 321 on the move around Manassas, now shows the train back at Broad Run.

8 A.M. UPDATE:
Train 321 is on the move around Manassas right now. Meanwhile, train 332 is running 20 to 30 minutes late.

7:40 A.M. UPDATE:
Trains 310, 312, 328 and 330 are showing as on-time. Trains 306 (approaching Union Station) and 308 (departing the area of Backlick Road) are both listed as being 10 minutes late.

7:34 A.M. UPDATE:
Train 321 is now 65 minutes late due to the late arriving equipment, according to VRE's site. It is no longer showing up on the site's real-time map.

7:26 A.M. UPDATE:
VRE riders are encouraged to Metro to Alexandria to board train 321. That train is running 15 minutes late due to late arriving equipment, according to VRE's site.

The Metro option is open for VRE riders.

Meanwhile, train 326 is canceled, according to the VRE site. Trains 306 and 308 are both delayed 10 minutes by other train movements. Trains 310, 328 and 330 are showing as on-time.

7:02 A.M. UPDATE:
Train 300 has arrived at Union Station, while trains 302 and 324 are both in the area of L'Enfant Plaza right now.

ORIGINAL POST:
VRE train 322 has stopped at L'Enfant due wheelchair lift problems. The VRE real-time map shows delays for trains 300, 302 and 324 as well.

By Mark Berman  | December 8, 2010; 6:56 AM ET
Categories:  Virginia Railway Express  
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