Presidents’ Day is Monday, a federal holiday, which means that many transit systems will run limited schedules or no service at all. Here’s your guide to getting around on Monday.
Metrorail will operate on a Saturday schedule, opening at 5 a.m. and closing at midnight. Metrobus will operate on a Saturday supplemental schedule; check the timetables to see if your route is running. MetroAccess will run the same hours as bus and rail, but subscription trips are canceled.
In addition, Metro has major work planned that will impact four of the five rail lines this weekend. The biggest impact will be felt on the Orange and Blue lines, where work near Stadium-Armory will close a combined seven stations.
Blue Line: Trains will only run as far east as Stadium-Armory, with buses replacing trains beyond that point. The Benning Road, Capitol Heights, Addison Road, Morgan Boulevard and Largo Town Center stations will be closed. Some buses will only stop at Stadium-Armory, Addison Road and Largo Town Center, while others will go to all of the closed stations. (This will last from 10 p.m. Friday until the system closes on Monday night.)
Orange Line: The Minnesota Avenue and Deanwood stations on the Orange Line will be shuttered. Buses will run between the Stadium-Armory and Cheverly stops. (This will last from 10 p.m. Friday until the system closes on Monday night.)
Red Line: Trains will single-track between Rhode Island Avenue and Takoma. (This will last from 10 p.m. Friday until the system closes on Monday night.)
Green Line: Buses will replace trains between Greenbelt and College Park. (This is just for Saturday.)
Read this post from Dr. Gridlock for more on this weekend’s Metro work.
Meanwhile, work continues the following weekend, when Metro plans to close the Vienna, Dunn Loring, West Falls Church and East Falls Church stations on the Orange Line to allow for work related to the Silver Line.
The Circulator will run normal service on Monday.
No Maryland Area Regional Commuter train service.
The Virginia Railway Express will not operate.
Alexandria’s DASH buses will run a Saturday schedule. The King Street Trolley will run a regular schedule from 11:30 a.m. to 10:15 p.m.
In addition, DASH will run free shuttle buses to and from the George Washington parade in Old Town Alexandria.
Buses will run on a holiday weekday schedule.
Buses will operate on a modified weekday schedule.
Loudoun County Transit
Buses will run on a limited holiday schedule.
Montgomery County’s buses will operate on a limited holiday schedule. Here’s the schedule.
The Prince George’s County bus system will run normal service on all routes except Routes 51, 51 Extended and 52.
D.C.: Parking meters, residential parking and rush hour restrictions won’t be enforced. Abandoned vehicles won’t be towed.
Montgomery County: No payment needed at the county’s parking meters or facilities.
Arlington County: Parking meters won’t be enforced.