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7 P.M. Update: Metro Transit

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From Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

Snow storm affects ability to operate safe service

Metrorail As of 7 p.m. Metrorail is still operating at near-normal service on all lines. Metrorail anticipates limiting service to underground portions of the system later this evening as weather conditions deteriorate.

Metrobus As of 7 p.m. all Metrobus lines have moved to snow emergency routes. Metrobus anticipates curtailing service later this evening as road conditions are deteriorating.

MetroAccess As of 7 p.m. MetroAccess service has nearly completed all remaining trips for the day.

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