WASHINGTON, D.C. – In a news release from Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), two Orange Line stations re-opened today after track maintenance.
WASHINGTON – Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will reopen two stations on its Orange and Silver Lines while its Orange Line enters a second phase of construction.
MBTA officials have announced that another $1 billion will be needed to complete repairs on the agency’s Orange and Red lines.
MBTA’s Orange Line is now 69% complete
The MBTA has announced that 50% of the work taking place along the Orange Line during the 30-day closure is complete.
RT&S recently reported on the month-long shut down of the Orange Line, which began on Monday, Aug. 22.
Last week, the MBTA rescheduled work that was set to begin this past weekend.
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