Americans are boarding public buses, trains and subways in greater numbers than any time since the suburbs began booming.
Trains on the Red, Orange and Blue lines will bypass Metro Center Station on Saturday and Sunday as the biggest-ever capital investment in the Metro system’s history continues.
An interesting-looking bumpy, yellow structure inside Union Station in D.C. represents a lot more than the naked eye might notice.
It’s the busiest bus corridor in the District: the S line runs up and down 16th Street from Silver Spring to Farragut Square.
If you’re riding Metro today, you may see a little more skin than you’re prepared for.
If the annual ‘No Pants Metro Ride’ had been scheduled for today, it’s doubtful that there would have been much participation. However, the predicted high for Sunday, the actual date of the event, is 66 degrees.
Metro says trains on four of its five lines will run every 20 minutes over the weekend while crews do work on the system.
Authorities in Washington say a man has been taken to the hospital after he fell at the L’Enfant Plaza Metro station.
Metro says it won’t be doing any track work on four of its five lines this weekend.
Metro service adjustments on the Red, Orange and Blue lines will go into effect beginning at 10 p.m. Friday night.