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 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.
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.
Metro is using the long holiday weekend to make improvements to the rail system.