Riders will have to wait longer some Metro trains this weekend and into Presidents Day.
Metro says passengers will wait longer for trains on the blue, orange, yellow and red lines this weekend.
Metro says weekend work will affect all five lines of the Metro system, with trains operating every 20 minutes on most lines.
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 free shuttle buses will replace trains on a section of the blue line this weekend, and some passengers on other lines will wait longer for trains.
Metro says some travelers will wait longer than usual for trains this weekend because of track work.
Metro says there will be no yellow line train service this weekend, and buses will replace trains on a section of the green line.
A Southwest Airlines flight headed to Baltimore has returned to a Tennessee airport after the pilot reported mechanical issues.
Metro riders traveling on the orange and blue lines this weekend can expect longer wait times because of improvement work being done on the system.
Free shuttle buses will replace trains on a portion of the blue and yellow lines this weekend.
Free shuttle buses will replace trains on sections of Metro’s red and orange lines this weekend.
Metro says it will use the long Labor Day holiday weekend to work on several lines.