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WASHINGTON — This final weekend with vital events for a National Cherry Blossom Festival brings parade highway closures on tip of common weekend detours for 5ks and also outlines a final weekend of Metro’s singular lane work for festival visitors.
The usually Metro work designed this weekend is after 10 p.m. any day on a Red and Green Lines.
Next weekend, unchanging single-tracking is scheduled to lapse on many lines for scheduled upkeep work.
As a reminder, Metro now closes during 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights and usually runs 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Sundays. The final trains start to leave as most as 50 mins before a settled shutting times.
Metro is not fluctuating hours for Sunday night’s Capitals playoff game, a orator told WTOP.
Under stream Metro policy, a group would generally be compulsory to pay for a additional service.
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