All Blue and Yellow Line stations south of Reagan National Airport are closing from May 25 through Sept. 8 in Metro’s largest round-the-clock shutdown yet. Here’s what you need to know.
Metro work along with a number of events and construction closures could slow you down this weekend. Here’s what you need to know.
Expect some delays from single-tracking if you plan to ride the Metro this weekend: Weekend track work returns to the Metro after a hiatus to accommodate the Cherry Blossom crowds.
The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend and two separate marches in downtown D.C. mean traffic and transit changes for the region from Friday through Monday.
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.
The Wreaths Across America event at Arlington National Cemetery will lead to changes in Metro’s track work schedule and traffic patterns around the cemetery. Find out what’s happening, as well as other transit and road changes over the weekend.
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.
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.
Metro track work disrupts all lines this weekend. Additionally, road work on highways could disrupt your weekend commute. Here’s what you need to know.
The Marine Corps Marathon and related events close streets in the District and Arlington this weekend and mean changes for Metro service.
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.
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.
The last of the 24/7 work on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines, and the continuing shutdown of part of the Red Line, create challenges for Metro riders this weekend.
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.
A major Red Line shutdown and many delays on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines are the most significant Metro track work scheduled this weekend.
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