Farragut West and McPherson Square stations will close Saturday and Sunday along with Metro Center’s lower level, temporarily suspending service between Foggy Bottom and Federal Triangle.
Metro’s blue, orange and silver lines will be shut down Super Bowl weekend.
Trains on the blue, orange and silver lines are delayed by 20 to 40 minutes.
Metrobus riders hoping to catch a lift to Dulles Airport will have to find an alternative if Metro’s proposed service changes are approved.
Metro Police said Friday that there’s been an increase in iPhone 6 thefts over the past month on the blue, orange and silver Metro lines, The Washington Post reported.
After a five-year wait, the Silver Line made its first trips out of Virginia and into D.C. on Saturday.
Riders will take the first trip on the long-awaited Silver Line on July 26, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced Monday.
Metro has no more than 90 days to test the line and train workers before passengers can ride it.
The opening of the Silver Line was pushed back again this week because of more snags in the ambitious project’s construction.
Pat Nowakowski, executive director of the Dulles Metrorail Project, said phase one of the project will exceed its $2.8 billion budget.