Officials are scrambling to help mitigate expected travel disruptions during the next two weeks of Washington Metrorail’s massive repair effort, which will affect passengers traveling to and from Reagan National Airport.
The subway’s yearlong maintenance plan, which began in June, has mostly affected daily commuters thus far.
But during the next phase of work, which begins Tuesday at 8 p.m., train service on the Blue and Yellow lines will be halted for seven days between Reagan National and Braddock Road, one stop south of the airport.
Then, from July 12 to 18, no trains will run between the airport and the Pentagon City station, which will close the Crystal City stop to the north.
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