(Washington, DC) — You can expect delays on Metro’s Red line for at least another month, as crews work on repairs at the site of the worst accident in the transit system’s history. Federal investigators wrapped up testing between the Fort Totten and Takoma stations, clearing the way for crews to replace key circuits designed to keep trains from running into each other. Metro says there could be up to 60-minute delays. The National Transportation Safety Board is still working to pinpoint the exact cause of the crash that killed nine people.
Copyright © 2009 Metro Networks Communications Inc., A Westwood One Company