This Weekend’s Metro Track Work – Not Too Bad!

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“Reconstruction of the Metrorail system will continue over the weekend of December 27-29 with service adjustments on the Red Line starting at 10 p.m. Friday and continuing through closing Sunday.

Trains on the Orange, Blue, Yellow and Green lines will operate on a regular weekend schedule.

Red Line 10 p.m. Fri, Dec. 27 through closing Sun, Dec. 29
Trains every 10-20 minutes

Red Line trains will operate as follows:

Between Shady Grove & Glenmont: Every 20 minutes throughout the weekend
Additional trains 9AM-9PM
Between Shady Grove and Dupont Circle: every 10 minutes
Between Glenmont and Judiciary Square: every 10 minutes

Work Performed: Track maintenance and signage installation between Dupont Circle and Judiciary Square

2 Comment

  • “Not too bad”?
    “NOT TOO BAD”?

    3 metros per hour in downtown DC on the red line, and you call that “not too bad”…
    Ah ah ah…

    • That’s reasonably close to non-rush-hour weekday (~1 train every 10 mins), and probably just a few minutes off normal weekend schedules (~1 train every 15 minutes), from my ballpark guesstimates

      If you’re still concerned about transportation strictly within “DOWNTOWN DC” that the red line operates on over the weekend of December 27-29, I’d suggest you walk to the closest stop on an unaffected line, or check out WMATA bus schedules to get you to your weekend destinations.

      I’m not affiliated with WMATA at all… I’m just not really picking up the outrage that you are throwing down here, chief.

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