Orange, Blue line work canceled
Metro has canceled track work scheduled on the Orange and Blue lines this weekend. The agency had planned to replace a track switch at the Rosslyn station. That will happen at a later date.
But riders along the Red Line should expect delays this weekend. Metro will be replacing old rail fasteners with new ones between the Medical Center and Friendship Heights stations. Metro also will be conducting maintenance on a portion of elevated tracks outside the Rhode Island-Brentwood station.
Washington Post editors
April 24, 2010; 10:39 AM ET
| Tags: Friendship Heights, Orange Line, Red Line, Rhode Island
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