Metro closures and schedules for Inauguration

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – If you’re attending the Inauguration ceremonies and parades, here’s a look at the Metro stations that will be affected by the festivities.

Metro will be providing rush-hour service until 9:00 p.m. Friday night, and train service will run until midnight. Five stations will be closed to Friday: Archives, Federal Triangle, Mount Vernon Square, Pentagon, and Smithsonian. Also, Yellow Line trains will only be running from Huntington station to Gallery Place. If customers want to go further, they must use Greenbelt-bout trains.

Several station entrances will EXIT ONLY until 10:30 a.m. Those entrances include:

  • Union Station
    • 1st Street Entrance
    • Customers may enter/exit through Massachusetts Avenue
  • Metro Center
    • 13th and G St. Entrance
    • 11th and G Street Entrance
    • 12th and F Street Entrance
  • L’Enfant Plaza
    • 7th and Maryland Entrance
  • Gallery Place
    • 9th and G Street Entrance
    • 7th and H Street Entrance

There will also be several changes to the Metrobus routes due to the Inauguration. To read more about those, you can visit Metro’s website here.

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