The closures coincide with major roadwork on Interstate 395, ongoing construction on the Arlington Memorial Bridge, and other significant spring and summer construction projects.
The marathon begins around 7 a.m. at Constitution Avenue and 14th Street NW, so marathon runners will need to either use race shuttles, other buses or another mode of transportation to reach the start line.
A WMATA spokesman said a loose third rail cable on the track near College Park, Maryland led to single tracking around 5 a.m. Tuesday.
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.
Try to get out the door early if you’re planning to do some shopping at the malls around Tysons Corner. Or if you’re heading into the District, plan some extra time due to long intervals between trains.
A woman in a motorized wheelchair was struck by a Shady Grove-bound train at Friendship Heights Metro Station Sunday afternoon.
Metro is considering changes to weekend work zones that lead to regular single-tracking disruptions, but that doesn’t mean weekend track work will end.
Expect changes to Metro’s track work schedule this weekend, between numerous local events and possible storm damage from Hurricane Florence.
A Blue Line shutdown that includes no trains at Arlington Cemetery and single-tracking on the Orange and Silver Lines is the most disruptive Metro track work this weekend.
Track work affects all Metro lines this weekend, with the most significant work near Rosslyn on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines.
A woman who witnesses said appeared to be blind fell between two cars of a new train Friday morning. While it is not certain that a lack of protective barriers contributed to this particular incident, it is a problem Metro has been warned about before.
Some significant changes are coming to the Green Line and Red Line this weekend. Here’s what you need to know.
As Metro nears the end of scheduled rush-hour surges, General Manager Paul Wiedefeld reminds the public that it won’t be the end of single-tracking.
Metro riders are facing delays Saturday morning on three lines.
Metro riders should expect service disruptions on the system this Labor Day weekend, as Metro takes advantage of the holiday to make track repairs.
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