Metro announced that the six Blue and Yellow line stations south of Reagan National Airport—Braddock Rd, King St-Old Town, Eisenhower Ave, Huntington, Van Dorn St and Franconia-Springfield—will reopen as scheduled Monday, September 9, with completely rebuilt platforms and several customer improvements.
In preparation for this summer shutdown in Alexandria, Virginia in 2019, Metro will close six stations this weekend, March 2 -3, on the Blue/Yellow lines.
Customers are reminded there will be no Yellow Line service from Monday, November 26 through Sunday, December 9, as crews make structural repairs and infrastructure upgrades on the bridge. Yellow Line customers should use the Blue Line for alternate service between Virginia and DC.
The City of Alexandria is launching the “Back 2 Blue” campaign to raise awareness about the improved rush-hour service times on Metrorail and encourage residents and customers to ride the Blue Line.
This week, Metro released schedule information for the remaining SafeTrack surges in 2017. Here’s how Alexandria, Virginia commuters are affected.
Put away your checkbooks, discounted metro fare cards will be offered as SmarTrip cards IN 2013. The Carlyle Community Council (CCC) that has offered discounted paper fare cards to CTC …
See more photos of the event at this link. If you want more information about the local transit benefit program, visit the front desk.
All Metrorail service in Washington, D.C., will be suspended on Monday, until further notice, as Hurricane Sandy approaches.
Heading to the Nationals/Phillies game(s)?, Caps game?, breast cancer walk?, shopping? Three big events in Washington this weekend, mixed with Metro track work, could bring delays and problems for riders. …
Amazing feat by two good samaritans to rescue a man from the tracks at Farragut North Metro Station.
Derrick Ward at NBC Washington reports: