Group hopes the area at the end of the Silver Line can be a transit-based urban community.
Silver Line officials said motorists should watch for construction vehicles entering the roadway and for lane and shoulder closures.
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And speaking of unexplainable behavior, he says, what’s everyone doing on the platform?
Metro passengers at the McPherson Square station discuss how inconvenient it would be if their Metro line closes for six months for repairs.
Metro announced that its entire rail system would cease operations for 24 hours beginning midnight Wednesday so crews can inspect cables throughout the system. Here are how some riders feel about the shutdown.
Shortening up lines can increase delays -- and confusion -- during track repairs.
Officials say the price tag for the 13-month delay will likely be higher once all the bill have been totaled up.
Metro’s Silver Line will be running today after being idled on Friday
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