Posts Tagged ‘silver line’

Metro Train Offloaded After Juvenile Allegedly Kicked and Damaged Door

The incident occurred near the Capitol South station around 4 p.m.

Disabled Metro Train Causes Delays Along the Orange, Blue, and Silver Lines [UPDATE]

Stuck in Rosslyn

Majority of Serious Defects Found During Metro Shutdown Affected One Station

14 out of the 27 urgent safety defects were at McPherson Square

Metro May Add ‘National Mall’ to Name of Smithsonian Station

But "Kennedy Center" to Foggy Bottom–GWU? Not so much.

Metro Fire in Virginia Disrupts Service [UPDATE]

Another day, another Metro fire

Metro to Conduct Early Evening Track Work Monday and Tuesday [UPDATE]

The work will affect the Orange, Blue, and Silver lines starting at 8 p.m.

Metro: Normal Service Returning to Stadium-Armory Monday

Some good news for once...

Metro Increases Wait Times on Blue, Orange, and Silver Lines

The slowdown could last for six months.

Metro: Morning Power Station Fire Will Affect Evening Commute (UPDATE)

The cause of the fire is still being investigated.

Metro Knew of Problem That Caused Derailment Almost a Month Before It Happened

“For reasons I will not defend, we frankly did not act quickly enough to make repairs.”

Metro To Reimburse Today’s Riders for Week’s Problems

Metro has announced that it will reimburse riders of the Blue, Orange, and Silver lines for the transit fares they were charged between 5 a.m. and 7 p.m. today.

Orange, Blue, and Silver Lines Are Single Tracking—Again (UPDATE)

Metro reports another track problem has sprung up at Smithsonian.

Silver Line Is Averaging 15,000 Riders on Weekdays

But has ridership already plateaued?

The Needle: Maureen and Willie

Reston: A great place to live or the greatest place to live?

District Line Daily: Bloody Week

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Twenty-one people have been struck by gunfire in D.C. since Friday, including seven people last night [...]