When the Blue and Yellow lines shut down south of Reagan National Airport next month, Metro plans to offer free parking at the Franconia-Springfield, Huntington and Van Dorn Street stations.
The six Blue and Yellow Line stations that Metro will shut down all summer will be closed May 4 and 5 — and possibly other weekends leading up to the monthslong closure that begins weeks later.
Fairfax County and Alexandria leaders were surprised to learn that the shutdown of several Metro stations on the Blue and Orange lines in Northern Virginia this summer might continue impacting traffic into the fall.
Alexandria and Fairfax County, Virginia, are preparing for the business impact of a monthslong Metro shutdown during the summer.
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.
Metro expects to lose about $23 million in ridership and other revenue in the next budget year, because riders have turned away during shutdowns and single tracking around major construction projects. Meanwhile, a showdown over service hours is brewing.
Alexandria leaders are considering a series of additional mitigation measures, including increasing HOV lane requirements and creating new slugging locations in the city to help offset Blue and Yellow line closures this summer.
The Pentagon, Pentagon City and Crystal City stations are closed Saturday, Jan. 12, and Sunday, Jan 13. The closure also means there are no Yellow Line trains south of L’Enfant Plaza. Metro has planned several shuttle bus routes to help people get around.
Major sections of the Blue and Yellow lines are shutting down next summer, and it’s not too son to figure out how to get around. Here’s what’s being planned.
Metro track work slows all but the Green Line this weekend, as events and holiday travel have impacts on the roads. Find out how to get around.
Metro has many more round-the-clock work zones planned, starting with Blue and Yellow Line shutdowns in November and December and again next summer, and continuing long-term, including an Orange Line shutdown in the summer of 2020.
Significant shutdowns this August on the Red, Blue, Orange and Silver lines caused Metrorail ridership to drop 11 percent over the last two weeks compared to the same time period last year.
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.
Major Metro track work slows riders on five of six lines this weekend, and there are some significant road closures planned around the area. Here’s what you need to know.
Some significant changes are coming to the Green Line and Red Line this weekend. Here’s what you need to know.
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