Metro Temporarily Shuts Down Potomac Yard Metroway

In addition to a series bus line closures due to coronavirus, Metro is suspending service of Metroway-Potomac Yard — a bus line running between Pentagon City and Braddock Road.

The Metroway runs between Arlington and Alexandria through Crystal City and the Potomac Yard Shopping Center. The move comes after a day after Metro shut down several stations, including the Eisenhower Avenue and Van Dorn stations in Alexandria.

Andrew Kierig, Vice-Chair of the Riders’ Advisory Council, said he was concerned about…

Metro closing seven more NoVa stations Thursday due to coronavirus crisis

Metro announced Tuesday it will close 17 additional stations, including seven across Northern Virginia, effective Thursday.

The move is in response to low-ridership and the need to conserve critical cleaning supplies due to COVID-19, according to a news release.

“These steps will help reduce the risk of exposure to employees and save critical cleaning supplies for the remaining stations,” Metro officials noted. “While Metro increased its on-hand warehouse inventory of essential supplies, such as hospital-grade disinfectant, wipes, hand sanitizer, and other items used by Metro’s frontline employees, suppliers are experiencing delivery delays.” 

Metro is taking action to make its current…

Alexandria Haggles Metro to Acceptable Price for Southwest Potomac Yard Access

The long squabble between the City of Alexandria and Metro over the Potomac Yard Metro station’s southwest access entrance has ended with an agreement within the initial $50 million framework.

Over the last year, the City has been in dispute with Metro over whether or not southwest access to the station could be achieved within the $50 million in funding from the Commonwealth of Virginia and the Federal Transit Administration.

“We appreciate the community’s patience as we…