Metrorail This is the service plan for They are scheduled to operate every 18 minutes between Shady Grove and Silver Spring. Shuttle trains operating every 20 minutes will take riders between Silver Spring and Glenmont.
Saturday and Sunday, more service will be available between Farragut North and Silver Spring, with trains operating every nine to 10 minutes. Free shuttle buses will replace trains between Stadium-Armory and Cheverly. The Minnesota Avenue and Deanwood stations will be closed while crews work on tracks and platforms. Trains between Vienna and Stadium-Armory are scheduled to operate every 15 minutes.
Between Cheverly and New Carrollton, they are scheduled to run every 16 minutes. An express shuttle bus will travel between Stadium-Armory and Cheverly, a trip of about 20 minutes.
A local bus will include stops at Minnesota Avenue and Deanwood. Travel between each station should take 12 to 15 minutes, Metro said. The last westbound train from New Carrollton each night will leave 27 minutes earlier than normal. So on Friday and Saturday nights, it will depart at 2: The last train from Stadium-Armory to Vienna will leave at 2: On Sunday, the last train from New Carrollton will leave at The last eastbound train of the night from Vienna will depart three minutes earlier than normal.
Free shuttle buses will replace trains between Stadium-Armory and Benning Road. On the open portions of the line, the trains are scheduled to operate every 15 minutes.
The shuttle bus trip between the open portions should take 10 to 12 minutes. The last westbound train of the night from Largo Town Center will leave at 2: Friday and Saturday nights.
On Sunday, the last train will leave at The last eastbound train from Franconia-Springfield will leave at its regular time, which is 2: The line will operate only between Wiehle-Reston East and Ballston. Riders going beyond Ballston eastbound will transfer to Orange Line trains.
Like the Silver Line, the Yellow Line will operate on a shortened route. Friday through the midnight closing on Sunday, trains will operate between Huntington and Mount Vernon Square only. Friday through the midnight closing Sunday, trains will share a track between U Street and Fort Totten. But surprisingly, that's not the case. Rochester Lines, a local charter company says that they have no reservations for this weekend. He says he thinks it's due to the increase in hotels in Minneapolis.
The Minnesota Department of Safety has released a few tips to stay safe this weekend. They say to always keep track of where you are in case you have to call If you are calling on a cell phone, police can only triangulate your location.
If you are in a situation where you cannot speak, you can text your location and the type of emergency you are having. Officials are also urging drivers to make sure they plan for a sober driver and of course, bundle up in the cold. Bars in the cities this weekend have the option of extending their hours until 4am if they would like to pay a fee.
This could also mean to be extra cautious on your drive to work Monday morning. Minnesota State Patrol is bringing in extra troopers to help keep our roadways safe. Scroll for more content A stormy week is ahead with rain chances returning this afternoon.
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