What a mess– two incidents are making for some long commutes this morning. First, around 5 AM this morning (thanks for the wake-up text message alert at 7 AM, Washington Post), an accident at the 3rd Street Tunnel entrance caused some major delays. And I mean major– according to WTOP, traffic is backed up for 24 miles (!) along 95 and 395.
In a separate incident, service on the Camden Line of the MARC commuter rail in Maryland has been suspended after a train hit a pedestrian. Police are investigating. In the mean time, Metro will honor MARC tickets from Greenbelt, and MTA is providing bus service from Dorsey, Savage, and Laurel stations to Greenbelt.
Did you get stuck in any of this today? Let us know in the comments.