Firefighters are responding to reports of the odor of gas in the Georgia Avenue-Petworth Metro station, reported by transit police.
There are delays on the Red line heading to Glenmont after a train malfunctioned earlier this morning at Van Ness. The train issue has been resolved, but the delays remain.
A man using a motorized wheelchair fell onto the tracks at Anacostia station last night at about 7:45, We Love DC reported.
The federal government will provide local agencies with $800,000 to stimulate growth around four stations on the southern end of Metro's Green Line. The money is being awarded to the Maryland-National Park and Planning Commission and Prince George's County under the Department of Housing and Urban Development's Community Challenge Grant Program to help plan for transit-oriented development around Southern Avenue, Naylor Road, Suitland and Branch Avenue stations.
6:40 p.m. Update: Metro says the problem on the Red Line is resolved, but there are still delays. 6:38 p.m. Update: The Green Line problem has been resolved, according to Metro, but delays continue. Original post: A train malfunction at...
The Capital Weather Gang predicts we'll have generally pleasant weather this weekend, which just may help make up for the misery ahead on roads and rails throughout the region. Whether you're on the streets of the District or the suburbs, or riding beneath it all on Metrorail, you may run into delays that interfere with your travels. Here's a roundup of what's happening.
| August 29, 2010; 10:00 AM ET |
Categories: Blue Line, Congestion, Construction, Driving, Events, Green Line, Highways, Metro, National Mall, Red Line
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