A few theories from Metro
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See if your route is affected.
“When they entered the train, it was like a riot.”
Metro only owns 600 stops in the region.
Trains will have normal headways but most will have only six cars.
Gradually getting back to normal
Your best bet is to take rail, if you can get there.
Though that decision depends on how much D.C. can get done today.
Ongoing coverage of the 2016 storm
Rail will close at 11 p.m. Friday, and bus service will be suspended at 5 p.m. tomorrow.
Bus and rail routes are likely to face delays, and possibly hazardous conditions.
Its G.P.A. is a C-, above the national average of a D+.
A new metric would take customers' reported delays into consideration.
Metro faces growing pressure to improve safety
It handles both street crime and crimes committed on D.C.'s Metro system.