Fifteen Metro rail stations are back open after being closed for months due to COVID-19.
Metro announced that 15 stations that had been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic will reopen Sunday, June 28.
Things are awfully quiet at Metro stops throughout D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. In fact, overall rail ridership was down 93 percent last week when compared to 2019. But the question becomes – what happens as the DMV continues to open back up?
The summer Metro shutdown is underway in Northern Virginia – and that means large sections of the Orange and Silver lines are closed.
Starting on Monday, May 18, Metro riders will be required to wear face coverings on all trains, buses and in stations, following a recommendation from the transit authority's Pandemic Task Force.
A teenager is in "extremely critical condition" and a man is dead following a stabbing aboard a train at the Capitol Heights Metro Station Thursday night.
Metro is requesting that all riders wear a cloth face covering while traveling along the transit system.
Metro has further reduced its service hours in an effort to reduce contact between workers and riders amid the coronavirus outbreak.
WMATA announced on Friday that it will implement further reductions in service as it works with officials to prevent exposure to COVID-19.
The Tenleytown and Van Ness Metro stations are reopening this morning in D.C. after being closed when a contractor tested positive for COVID-19.
Metro announced Tuesday they will close 17 more rail stations and selected entrances this week due to low ridership amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Metro is suspending nearly 95 percent of its bus routes Saturday evening to curb commuters' exposure to coronavirus.
Due to workforce availability challenges amid the coronavirus pandemic, Metro says service on rail and buses will be "extremely limited" this weekend across the D.C. region.
Two Metro stations will be closed until further notice in an effort to prevent trips to the Tidal Basin to see the cherry blossoms in the District amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Metro announced Tuesday that service will be further reduced on both bus and rail during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
Commuters can expect delays along portions of Metro's Green and Red Lines Friday after early morning signal problems.
Metro leaders are holding a meeting Thursday to discuss their coronavirus plan amid growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19 across the D.C. region. FOX 5's Bob Barnard was inside the meeting where Theresa Impastato, Metro Chief Safety Officer, spoke about the steps the transit system is taking.
A D.C. councilmember is proposing legislation that would give free Metro rides to District residents.
Metro will close four Red Lines stations over the weekend for service work.
Mayor Muriel Bowser is making another push to get Metro to revive its late-night service in an effort to help boost the District's economy.