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Line at Federal Triangle goes outside and around the corner

Staff Writer Yamiche Alcindor says that the crowd at the Federal Triangle stop on the Blue-Orange lines is at least a quarter-mile long.

"it's expected," said Carson Johanson, 22, of Herndon, Va., waiting in a line a block long at
the Federal Triangle station.

She said last year that the lines were worse and the trains so packed she
crouched to the ground to avoid being pushed into others.

By James Hohmann  |  July 4, 2009; 10:38 PM ET
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