By mid-morning, Metro reported ridership on Wednesday's morning commute was 65,000 trips as of 10 a.m. compared to 268,000 last Wednesday — about 25 percent of a normal weekday, on average.
There were nearly 370 crashes on Virginia roads and more than 230 disabled vehicles between midnight and 10 a.m., according to the Virginia State Police (VSP). Troopers fielded nearly 1,350 calls for service across the state in that period.
In case you missed the news earlier this morning, here's the latest on MARC and VRE service:
Metro said it had extra personnel on hand to help clear walkways, platforms and parking garages and lots.
After a quiet and "underwhelming" morning, it looks like conditions are worsening around the D.C. region. The Post's Bill Turque reports from near the Old Georgetown Road exit on the Capital Beltway, saying that there are big stretches of icy slush beginning to accumulate.
Metro suspended numerous bus routes over the course of the morning. Riders who did board buses early in the day encountered lighter ridership than they would usually see.