A popular pedestrian bridge in Prince George’s County is finally being replaced after several setbacks, but it’s not happening without causing some Metro service disruptions for riders this weekend.
Six of the system’s 67 buses were pulled from service for maintenance.
The delays began in the morning, with major Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways posting a notice on its website apologizing for delays and cancellations due to a “system malfunction.”
Metro is slowly reducing the number of railcars sidelined while they await parts and for riders more railcars in service means more reliable service.
Here is a quick look at what you need to know when it comes to traffic, transit and the forecast.
Metro says weekend work will affect riders traveling on the Red Line.
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