Virginia is getting ready for the monthslong closure of six Metrorail stations on the Blue and Yellow lines. Here’s what you need to know.
Alexandria’s final draft mitigation plan for the monthslong closure of all Blue and Yellow Line stations south of Reagan National Airport has been published. Here’s what you need to know.
All Blue and Yellow Line stations south of Reagan National Airport are scheduled to close from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.
In a dry run for a monthslong shutdown this summer, all Blue and Yellow Line stations south of Reagan National Airport are closed this weekend. Single-tracking will slow all the other lines as well. Find out the details.
All stations south of Braddock Road are closed this weekend. The weekend shutdown foreshadows a three-month-shutdown of an even larger stretch of the Blue and Yellow Lines this summer.
Blue and Yellow Line trains are cut back to every 20 minutes each this weekend, but the biggest change for Metro may be the elimination of short-lived Saturday parking fees.
Crystal City and Reagan National Airport Metro stations is closed from Friday, Nov. 9, through the end of Veterans Day weekend, on Monday, Nov. 12.
Fairfax County expects to run extra Fairfax Connector service to and from the Pentagon next summer as part of a regional response to Metro’s planned monthslong shutdown of the Blue and Yellow lines south of Reagan National Airport.
All Metro lines are slowed by single-tracking this weekend, but the most significant disruption is on the Orange, Silver and Blue lines. Here’s what you need to know.
Significant work is planned this weekend for Metro, and there are plenty of other complications if you’re trying to get around this Columbus Day weekend. Here’s what you need to know.
Limited Metro track work this weekend may make the rail system the best way around some weekend road closures. Here’s what you need to know.
After initially providing no additional backup options for riders during the Blue Line shutdown and major Orange and Silver Line work that began Aug. 11, Metro is now making some changes.
Power problems on the Blue Line have suspended service between Franconia and Arlington Cemetery stations Tuesday morning, snarling the morning commute on top of ongoing Metro work.
A six-week Red Line shutdown enters its third week this weekend, and separate single-tracking slows riders on the Blue and Yellow lines.
As Metro prepares for two significant 24/7 track work zones beginning in the next few weeks, a review of traffic data from the last round of major single-tracking and shutdowns shows that the work zones lead to significantly slower commutes even for those who never use the Metro system.
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