Metro says buses will replace trains on parts of the red and green lines this weekend.
Metro will close one station on the green line for weekend work and passengers will wait longer for trains on the blue, orange and red lines this weekend.
Metro says it will close a total of five stations on the green and orange lines for weekend work.
About 2,000 passengers on Metro’s green line were stranded for hours on trains after emergency responders accidentally shut down power while handling a track fire.
Metro says weekend work on the red, orange, green and yellow lines will cause delays for train riders.
Metro says weekend work on the red, orange and green lines will cause delays for some riders.
More details are expected to emerge about a partial derailment of a Metro train in Prince George’s County last week.
Metro says service on the green line has returned to normal following a partial derailment in Prince George’s County.
Metro officials say a Green Line train has derailed in Prince George’s County. No one was injured, and all 55 passengers have been safely removed from the train.
Metro is using the long holiday weekend to make improvements to the rail system.
Metro says weekend work will affect the orange, red, yellow and green lines.
Metro trains will share a track along portions of four of the system’s five lines this weekend.