Metro says single tracking on the red, orange, blue and yellow lines will affect weekend train riders.
Metro says it will be taking advantage of the long Veterans’ Day weekend to complete work on the orange, red and green lines.
Many Metro riders were stranded in the early hours of Sunday morning after Metro failed to live up to its Daylight Saving Time commitment.
Weekend track work on the Orange, Blue and Red Lines will affect Metro riders this weekend, along with two station closings.
Metro’s Red Line is single tracking between Friendship Heights and Medical Center causing delays of up to 20 minutes for commuters.
Metro is experiencing a bit of a meltdown on the Red Line causing massive delays in both directions.
Metro is ramping up its communications this weekend with the installation of a new fiber optic cable expected to improve wireless communications, but it comes with a heavy burden on its riders. We’ll tell you how to get around these frequent stops.
Riders will suffer major delays this weekend as Metro works to improve wireless communications and continues to rebuild its tracks.
Red line service is temporarily suspended between Fort Totten and Rhode Island Avenue stations due to police activity outside Fort Totten Station. Find out alternative travel routes here.
Metro says weekend track work will require blue line riders traveling between the Franconia-Springfield and Van Dorn Street stations to take a free shuttle buses.