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For the first time, Metro is saying definitively what caused an escalator to crumble last month at the Foggy Bottom station.
Trying to find a working Metro escalator can sometimes feel like finding a needle in a haystack, and new numbers show just how many of the devices have been out of service.
Metro provides details on what caused the breakdown of a Foggy Bottom escalator last week. WTOP's Adam Tuss reports.
The Foggy Bottom Metro station is closed. Metro says you should add at least 40 minutes to your commute, if you take the the Blue and Orange Lines.
Orange and Blue Line trains remain delayed Monday following a full closure in a heavily trafficked corridor on those lines, according the D.C. transit agency.
Problems with SmarTrip cards at the Foggy Bottom Metro station appear to be gone Wednesday morning.