Shuttles are running between the Potomac Yard Metro station and National Airport Metro station after a derailment this morning.
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) said there were no injuries in the derailment and shuttles are ferrying passengers between the stations.
Approximately 50 passengers were on the train when it was derailed and have been transferred via shuttle to another train, WMATA said.
WMATA said crews are currently performing track inspections ahead of single tracking rail service in the area.
Update: Due to a derailed train, service remains suspended between Potomac Yard and National Airport. There are no injuries. Shuttle buses are operating between the two stations to connect to additional service. #wmata
— Metro Forward (@wmata) September 29, 2023
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