If you were planning on going to Pentagon City Mall or taking a flight from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport this weekend, you won’t be able to ride a Metro train to your destination.
From 9:30 p.m. this Friday until 5 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 8, the Metrorail stations for Pentagon City, Crystal City and the National Airport on the Yellow and Blue Lines will be closed for track work, according to a Metro press release
Work includes replacing switches and 2,000 feet of rail, as well as performing concrete and deck joint repairs to the National Airport’s aerial structure.
Free shuttle bus service will be available to take customers from the Pentagon Transit Center to the three closed Metro stops, as well as to the Braddock Road station and Franconia-Springfield station.
On Labor Day, Metrorail will operate on a Sunday schedule, with stations open from 7 a.m. to midnight.