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This Weekend’s Metro Track Work

by Prince Of Petworth May 30, 2014 at 3:15 pm 0

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Photo by PoPville flickr user JEO Photography

From WMATA:

Red Line
Trains every 8-15 minutes

Red Line trains will operate as follows from 10 p.m. Friday through closing Sunday:

Between Shady Grove & Glenmont: Every 15 minutes throughout the weekend
Between Van Ness & NoMa-Gallaudet: Every 8-10 minutes from 9AM-9PM only

Work Performed: Insulator and fastener renewal, and fence and light pole replacement between NoMa-Gallaudet and Rhode Island Avenue; floating slab rehabilitation between Van Ness and Friendship Heights.

Orange Line
Trains every 24 minutes

Orange Line trains will operate every 24 minutes throughout the weekend.

Work Performed: Improvements to track infrastructure including rail tie, fastener, and insulator renewal between East Falls Church and West Falls Church; platform reconstruction between Stadium-Armory and Cheverly.

Blue Line
Trains every 20 minutes

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

Work Performed: Improvements to infrastructure including grout pad replacement, rail fastener renewal, communications upgrades and switch installation between Pentagon City and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

Yellow Line
Trains every 20 minutes between Huntington and Mt. Vernon Sq

Yellow Line trains will operate every 20 minutes throughout the weekend. All trains will operate to/from Mt Vernon Sq, rather than Fort Totten. If you are traveling to or from a station north of Mt Vernon Sq, use a Green Line train to complete your trip.

Work Performed: Improvements to infrastructure including grout pad replacement, rail fastener renewal, communications upgrades and switch installation between Pentagon City and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

Green Line
Trains every 16 minutes

Green Line trains will operate every 16 minutes throughout the weekend.

Work Performed: Rail joint elimination and communication cable replacement between Fort Totten and Prince George’s Plaza.”

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