Metro says riders will wait longer than usual for trains this weekend.
Metro says trains five of the system’s six lines will run every 16 minutes throughout the weekend to accommodate track work.
Labor Day weekend is officially underway. Hundreds of thousands of Marylanders are hitting the road. With gas prices down and the economy up, it’s going to be one of the busiest yet.
The roar of race cars zooming down Baltimore streets will disappear this Labor Day weekend. Grand Prix cars will not be a highlight for fans during the holiday.
New heights for holiday travel as millions gear up to travel this upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend.
Yet another day will go by this summer without a high temp in the 90s!
Temperatures Friday will reach into the low and middle 80s and although the forecast has depicted a mixture of clouds and sun for this afternoon, farther north away from city could see more sunshine as cloud begin to break up thoughout the day.
Millions of Americans are heading home from their holiday destinations, and it seems travel this Fourth of July may have hit their wallet and patience a little harder.
The last defendant in an arson spree in western Maryland has been sentenced to 14 days in jail.
Metro says buses will replace trains on a section of the red line this weekend, and passengers traveling on the blue and yellow lines will also wait longer for trains.
It is just as easy as this: sunny and seasonal temps all weekend long.
After a nice day Wednesday, low pressure will spread some showers and a few thunderstorms across the region in the evening and linger into Thursday morning.