Metro track work on the red, orange, green, yellow and blue lines will affect weekend riders.
Crowded subway stations and a disabled train caused major headaches Monday for thousands of rail riders trying to get home from President Barack Obama’s second inauguration.
If you want to get to the National Mall on Inauguration Day, you’re probably better off not driving.
It’s been three-and-a-half years since the worst crash in Metro history left nine dead and dozens injured, and the transit agency has finally released some information about payouts made in relation to the Red Line collision.
Every day, it seems, there are more signs that the District will be beyond bustling on Inauguration Day.
Frustrated Metro customers have a chance to reach out to the transit agency to vent about budget and fare issues.
Metro is using the Presidents Day long weekend to do maintenance, with free shuttle buses replacing trains in two places.
Metro spent almost $52 million in consulting fees to spring new ideas on how to improve an aging metro system.
Blue an Orange line trains are experiencing seious delays due to a cracked rail at Rosslyn. Expect at least 15 minutes in delays if you are traveling on either of these lines.
U.S. Park Police temporarily shut down one of the busiest metro stations, but have since re-opened it after discovering the contents of a suspicious package.