As Northern Virginia prepares for phase one of reopening on May 29, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority releases its plans for the year ahead.
As local residents continue to refrain from public transportation, WMATA expands plans to rebuild platforms and connect the Silver Line to Metro’s existing network in Virginia.
As Metro's Pandemic Task Force continues to monitor the threat of COVID-19, it has decided to shutdown additional stations to reduce the risk of exposure in the region.
As the threat of the coronavirus continues to grow, Metro has made several changes to its hours and daily functions throughout the DMV.
As part of Metro’s Platform Improvement Project, summer 2020 will bring the shutdown of several Orange Line stations east of Dulles Airport.
WMATA officially announced today that Nats fans can count on them to get to and from the games this post-season with special extended hours.
With the six Blue and Yellow Line Metro stations running again, NoVA commuters take to Twitter to share the good, the bad and everything in between.
On Sept. 9, six Metro stations throughout Northern Virginia will reopen following a three-month shutdown. Here’s what to expect when returning to your regular commuting patterns.
A recently conducted survey revealed changes in revenue for businesses along King Street. Here, affected organizations weigh in on the results.
How Metro’s summer shutdown has impacted a group of non-traditional commuters here in Northern Virginia.