Metro says buses will replace trains on a part of the red line this weekend due to repair work, leading to some delays.
Metro says buses will replace trains on parts of the blue and red lines this weekend.
Metro says weekend track work on the red line will require riders traveling between the Grosvenor and Friendship Heights stations to take buses.
Metro’s red line crash three years ago that killed nine people is leading to greater federal oversight of public transit systems.
Metro says weekend track work will require blue line riders traveling between the Franconia-Springfield and Van Dorn Street stations to take free shuttle buses.
Metro is changing the name of one of the stations on the red line.
Metro is planning weekend track work on the red, orange and blue lines, leading to delays of up to 20 minutes.
Metro is suspending red line train service to three stations for weekend track work as well as service to one station on the blue line.
A judge has delayed the start of two trials resulting from the 2009 crash on Metro’s red line.
Metro says weekend work will affect the orange, red, yellow and green lines.
Metro says it will take three more years to finish track work along its red line.
Two stations on Metro’s red line are closed this weekend for maintenance work, and customers will have to take shuttle buses to travel through the affected stations.
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