WASHINGTON - APRIL 28: A Metro train departs from the Gallery Place - Chinatown Metro Station April 28, 2006 in Washington, DC. With gas prices soaring past $3.00 a gallon, there has been an increase in public transportation use across the United States. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Metro officials said commuters should expect limited underground Metrorail service to start at 7 a.m., and very limited Metrobus service from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., as icy conditions on roadways and Metrorail tracks continue to be a barrier to providing safe service.
MetroAccess service for Monday will be suspended for the entire day "due to impassable road conditions," WMATA said.
Fewer than two dozen Metrobus lines will be in service on Monday due to snowy and icy conditions that persist on the region’s roadways. Metrobuses will stick to snow emergency routes to start the day.
Metro is open underground as follows:
Yellow Line – Pentagon to Crystal City
Red Line – Medical Center to Union Station and Glenmont to Forest Glen (not reflected in the service map)
Orange Line – Ballston to Stadium-Armory
Green Line – Fort Totten to Congress Heights
Blue Line – Ballston to Stadium-Armory
Limited service will be established tomorrow on the following bus routes in the District of Columbia:
-U8 line (Minn. Ave – Capitol Heights)
-64 line (Georgia Ave-Petworth– Fort Totten)
-50 line (14th and Colorado Ave)
-70 line (Silver Spring – Archives)
-S4 line (Silver Spring – Federal Triangle)
-30 line (Friendship Heights – Potomac Ave)
-A line (Southern Ave to Anacostia).
In Northern Virginia:
-16 line (Pentagon – Baileys Crossroads)
-1C line (Dunn Loring)
-2C line (Dunn Loring)
-17 line (Braddock Road)
-28 line (Alexandria – Tysons Corner)
-Z2 and Z8 line (Silver Spring)
-Q line (Silver Spring-Shady Grove)
-Y line (Silver Spring –Norbeck Road)
-F1 and F2 line (Takoma – Cheverly)
-J2 line (Bethesda – Silver Spring)
-J7/J9 line (Bethesda – Lake Forest Mall)
-the P12 line (Eastover – Addison Road)