This Weekend’s Metro Track Work

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From WMATA:

“Trains on the Blue, Orange, Yellow and Green lines will operate every 20 minutes. Red Line trains will run every 16 minutes between Shady Grove and Glenmont, with additional trains providing service from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. between Shady Grove and Union Station.

Red Line 10 p.m. Fri, Jan. 10 through closing Sun, Jan. 12
Trains every 8-16 minutes

Red Line trains will operate as follows:

Between Shady Grove & Glenmont: Every 16 minutes throughout the weekend
Between Shady Grove & Union Station: Every 8-10 minutes from 9AM-9PM only

Work Performed: Fence replacement and light pole installation between NoMa-Gallaudet & Rhode Island Ave stations

Orange Line 10 p.m. Fri, Jan. 10 through closing Sun, Jan. 12
Trains every 20 minutes

Orange Line trains will operate every 20 minutes throughout the weekend.

Work Performed: Ongoing major platform reconstruction at Minnesota Ave and Deanwood stations

Blue Line 10 p.m. Fri, Jan. 10 through closing Sun, Jan. 12
Trains every 20 minutes

Blue Line trains will operate every 20 minutes throughout the weekend.:

Work Performed: Improvements to track infrastructure, including rail joint elimination, rail and fastener renewal, between Pentagon City and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport stations

Yellow Line 10 p.m. Fri, Jan. 10 through closing Sun, Jan. 12
Trains every 20 minutes between Hungtington & Mt Vernon Square

Yellow Line trains will operate every 20 minutes throughout the weekend. All trains will operate to/from Mt Vernon Sq, rather than Fort Totten. Riders traveling to/from stations north of Mt Vernon Sq should use Green Line trains and transfer at Mt Vernon Sq.

Work Performed: Improvements to track infrastructure, including rail joint elimination, rail and fastener renewal, between Pentagon City and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport stations

Green Line 10 p.m. Fri, Jan. 10 through closing Sun, Jan. 12
Trains every 20 minutes

Green Line trains will operate every 20 minutes throughout the weekend to allow for qualification and acceptance testing of new 7000-series railcars.”