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Posted at 08:01 AM ET, 08/30/2012

Labor Day closings: Banks, post offices, transportation, liquor stores and more

Here is a list of what’s closed and what’s open Monday on Labor Day:


— Most banks.

— All federal government offices.

— Post offices: No mail delivery except for Express Mail.

— Courts: Except for adult arraignments and new juvenile referrals in the District.


— District: Meters not enforced.

— Maryland: Parking fees in Anne Arundel and Howard counties. No parking fees in Montgomery and in Prince George’s except at the New Carrollton garage and National Harbor.

— Virginia: No meter enforcement in Alexandria and Arlington. HOV restrictions lifted.


— District: Monday collections will be made Tuesday. Pickups are one day later through the end of the week.

— Maryland: No collections in Anne Arundel, Howard, Montgomery and Prince George’s. Monday collections will be made Tuesday in Howard. Montgomery pickups will be one day later all week. Prince George’s trash and recycling will resume on the next scheduled day. Landfills are closed.

— Virginia: Regular trash pickups in Arlington and Fairfax. No pickups in Alexandria; Monday collections are on Tuesday. Landfills closed in Fauquier and Loudoun.


— District: Owner’s discretion.

— Maryland: Closed in Montgomery County.

— Virginia: Open.


— District: Closed.

— Maryland: Closed.

— Virginia: Closed.


— District: Closed.

— Maryland: Closed.

— Virginia: Closed.


District: Closed.

Maryland: Closed.

Virginia: Closed.


— No service for MARC, VRE, Loudoun Commuter Bus, PRTC OmniRide, MTA Commuter Bus, and The Bus.

— Ride On, DASH and Fairfax Connector operate on a Sunday schedule.

— CUE operates on a Saturday schedule.

— ART operates routes 41 and 51 only on a Sunday schedule.

— Metrorail and Metrobus operate on a Sunday schedule with off-peak fares all day. Metrorail will open at 7 a.m. and close at midnight with some delays for track work on the Red, Orange and Blue lines. MetroAccess operates normally, but subscription calls are canceled unless requested. For more information, call 202-637-7000 or check

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