metro track work
Metro service delays are continuing Friday morning, a day after a train derailed at the Smithsonian station and caused a major headache during morning rush.
Metro says limited service has resumed nearly nine hours after a train derailed in downtown Washington, snarling the morning commute.
Metro says all six of its train lines will be affected by work this weekend.
Metro says weekend work will affect the orange, blue, yellow and green lines, but the system will open early Saturday for those traveling to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.
Metro says orange line riders and riders traveling on portions of the red and green lines will experience delays this weekend.
Metro says there will be no weekend track work for the next two weekends as cherry blossom season gets underway.
L’Enfant Plaza metro station is shut down Monday afternoon after reports of smoke, metro officials say.
Metro says riders should expect regular weekend service on all six lines this weekend.
Metro says six train stations will be affected by work this weekend.
Metro says trains on most lines will run on a regular weekend schedule this weekend and won’t be impacted by weekend work.