WMATA Back to Strength

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courtesy of ‘Chris Rief aka Spodie Odie’

Not Full strength, mind you, as Metro Access is closed today except for medical trips for dialysis, etc, but buses and trains are all running today, to all stations. They dug out 106 miles of track below the 8″ mark to let trains pass safely, and thanks to the works of the DDOT Plows, the bus routes are clear enough for passage. Be safe out there.

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2 thoughts on “WMATA Back to Strength

  1. Unfortunately, bus routes are not all on schedule, or even running this morning. I waited for 65 minutes for the M4 which never came, even though the metro’s “next bus” system said it was scheduled to arrive. Several times it said it was “arriving” when in fact there was no bus in sight. Metro. Sigh.

  2. I’ll second Jan. My D1/D2 never came on 37th St despite several “arriving” messages. I finally walked over to Wisconsin – and caught the D2 that should be on 37th.

    The driver told me they were on “major roads only” for probably the next few days, but couldn’t tell me where to find more information about it, where to find out if it ends, and what constitutes a “major road.” (FYI – we went Wisconsin – which was clear, to Q St – which was in far worse shape than 37th)