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Metro Announces Weekend Track Work for February

After a lull for the December holidays and the inauguration, Metro is picking up the pace again on its schedule of weekend track work and maintenance, which always causes delays for rail riders.

The highight -- or lowlight, if you're riding that weekend -- is the President's Day weekend work. That involves a major track rehabilitation that will close the Pentagon Station. During those three days, Metrorail will operate special service on the Blue, Yellow and Green lines and offer free shuttle bus service between the Pentagon City, Pentagon, and L'Enfant Plaza Metrorail stations to get riders around the closure.

But there's something every weekend. See the full details in this statement from Metro.

It's great to have these announcements come out before the month starts, so people can plan their travels, but note that they are subject to change. Metro puts out a fresh announcement each Thursday updating the plan for the upcoming weekend.

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By Robert Thomson  |  January 29, 2009; 1:00 PM ET
Categories:  Metro  
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