Thursday, September 23, 2021

Travel

Four Green and Yellow Line Stations Reopen Following May Closure

DC Metro reopened Greenbelt, College Park, Prince George’s Plaza, and West Hyattsville stations, which had been closed since May.

New Frederick Douglass Bridge Opens After Three-Year Construction Work

DC’s new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge is slated to reopen to traffic on Friday, September 10, following years of work.

Metro Offers Fare Discounts, More Trains, Buses, Beginning September

Metro will expand its services by adding more buses and trains on busy lines, as well as longer operating hours, and it will also reduce prices starting September 5.

Opening of Potomac Yard Metrorail Station Delayed Five Months

The long-awaited Potomac Yard Station will take another five months to be finalized, according to WMATA.

DC Circulator Will Remain Free Through End of September, Mayor Says

The DC Circulator will remain free through September 30, as per a newly issued emergency order, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced on Monday.

Best Hikes in DC: Sturdy Shoes On, Sickening Stress Out! 

Are you looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Washington, DC? What better way than to go on a hike at one of the many great trails in the area.

Metro Riders Arrested for Sex, Gun Crimes to Be Banned From Transit System

A Metro committee has given the green light to a proposal that would ban riders who committed sex of firearms offenses on the transit system.

Man Charged With Assault After Driving Into Crowd at Washington Monument

A man has been charged with "assault with a deadly weapon" after he crashed his SUV into the security barrier surrounding the Washington Monument.