After Blizzard 2016, officials announced that they will restore limited service on Metrorail and Metrobus Monday.
Metrorail will open at 7 a.m. with limited underground service on the Red, Orange and Green lines as follows:
- Orange Line: Ballston to Eastern Market only
- Red Line: Medical Center to Union Station only
- Green Line: Fort Totten to Anacostia only
According to Metro, trains will run every 20-25 minutes. Service levels may be upgraded as conditions allow. The system will remain open until midnight. Fares will not be charged on Metrorail on Monday, January 25.
Metrobus says they will operate Monday from 12 p.m. until 5 p.m., but service will be limited to 22 routes only. They said many of the routes will operate on snow emergency routes only to keep vehicles off hilly terrain, narrow side streets and other problem areas. Details will be posted at wmata.com and sent via MetroAlerts.
Fares will not be charged on Metrobus on Monday, January 25.
The Lifeline Service bus routes are as follows. (Note that these buses will operate on Snow Emergency Routes only):
- District of Columbia: 32, 33, 36, 53, 70, 90, A6, A8, P12, S4, U8, X2
- Maryland: C4, D12, K6, Q2, V4, Y2, Z8
- Virginia: 16A, 16E, 28A
Sunday, officials announced that MetroAccess service is suspended on Monday, January 25. They said service will be restored when it is safe.
Metro Transit Police will not enforce overnight parking restrictions Sunday or Monday and parking gates will remain in the open position through 9:30 a.m. Tuesday to allow vehicles to exit garages free of charge. Parking fees are expected to go back in effect Tuesday, January 26.