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Update: Metro Suspends Bus Service On All Lines At 9 P.M.

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As of 11 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5, Metrorail will suspend above-ground rail service and will run in the underground portions of the system only. On Saturday, Feb. 6, Metrorail will run underground only.


As of 9 p.m. Metrobus will suspend bus service on all lines until further notice.


MetroAccess service has completed all remaining trips for the day.


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