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“UPDATED 5/8/2015
In order to coordinate with rebuilding on the Orange and Blue lines, Silver Line trains will operate every 18 minutes throughout the weekend.

Reconstruction of the Metrorail system will continue over the weekend of May 8-10 with service adjustments on five of six rail lines.

This weekend, Red and Green line trains will operate at regular intervals. Orange, Silver, Blue and Yellow line trains will operate every 18 minutes with Yellow Line trains operating between Huntington and Mt. Vernon Square only.

Early Opening Saturday Morning for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure
Metrorail will open at 5 a.m. on Saturday, May 9 for customers traveling to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The start line is accessible from Metro Center (Red/Orange/Silver/Blue lines), Federal Triangle (Orange/Silver/blue lines), Smithsonian (Orange/Silver/Blue lines) or Archives (Yellow/Green lines).”

In other transit news from DDOT:

Eastbound Closure of Virginia Avenue, NW, Near the Watergate to Remain for Three More Weeks

Due to the construction activities at the Watergate complex on Virginia Avenue, NW, in Ward 2, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will maintain the closure of all eastbound lanes from Rock Creek Parkway to 25th Street, NW, for the next three weeks.

This emergency closure is necessary because of the collapse of a garage at the Watergate on Friday, May 1. Construction teams have been working since then to ensure that the structure is stable and safe for the public.

Commuters should prepare for major traffic delays around Rock Creek Parkway and adjacent roadways. Motorists are advised to find alternative routes to their destinations. Traffic control devices have been put in place to advise drivers of the closure.

DDOT encourages all commuters to stay alert as they travel through this area.”


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