National Cherry Blossom Festival
Washington’s famous cherry blossoms have hit peak bloom ahead of this weekend’s National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Metro says it will take a break from weekend track work for cherry blossom season.
Metro says it won’t conduct any maintenance work over the next four weekends because of the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
The pink and white cherry blossoms that color the nation’s capital and draw a million visitors each spring began with trees that have survived for a century.
Our warm weather is providing a boost to the Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C.
Traffic patterns around Washington’s Tidal Basin are changing for the next month to help keep traffic moving at the height of the National Cherry Blossom Festival.
The first bicycle sharing stations have opened on the National Mall just before the start of Washington’s National Cherry Blossom Festival.
Washington’s cherry blossoms are busting out early this year, with buds popping so fast that a government work crew this week watched them unfurl on one tree in a single day.
Metro says it is planning to suspend its aggressive schedule of track work during the cherry blossom season beginning in March.
Visitors to the National Mall and to Arlington National Cemetery will have new transportation options in time for the National Cherry Blossom Festival.