With all of the talk lately about who drew that red line in the sand in Syria, we know who’s responsible for drawing the red line through Washington, D.C. That would be the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, and its red line today is causing its own set headaches in the nation’s capital.
— ABC7News (@ABC7News) September 6, 2013
But Metro guaranteed there would be no service disruptions! Photos and tweets of the D.C. gridlock suggest otherwise.
— Anthony Adragna (@aadragna) September 6, 2013
Obligatory Metro complaint tweet: single-tracking AND my train broke down. Neat. pic.twitter.com/R9xofVv6fl
— Emily Reynolds (@emilyrnlds) September 6, 2013
— Aneeb Sharif (@aneebsharif) September 6, 2013
Been on the Red Line for 33 minutes and have gone two stops…Keep up the great work @wmata!
— Michael Bohlin (@MBohlin247) September 6, 2013
Thank goodness for the 96 bus, my chariot away from the @wmata red line hell that is this evening's rush hour commute
— Kerry A (@kla2222) September 6, 2013
— Dr. C (@Dr_C2006) September 6, 2013
Solid policy advice for everyone in Washington: stay away from red lines.
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