Prepare yourselves, commuters: the next round of SafeTrack surge repairs begins this weekend with an 18-day shutdown of the Blue Line between Rosslyn and the Pentagon.

The 2017 SafeTrack surge schedule begins Saturday with an 18-day surge on the Blue Line and concludes in June with single-tracking on the Red Line between Shady Grove and Twinbrook. Additional information on supplemental bus service and other alternatives will be provided on the Metro website and during customer outreach at affected stations two weeks prior to the start of each surge.

Here are the details, courtesy of Metro:

Rosslyn-Pentagon (Blue Line), Feb. 11-28

  • A section of the Blue Line will be shut down (no trains) between Rosslyn and Pentagon.
  • Blue Line trains will operate between Franconia-Springfield and Reagan National Airport only.
  • Arlington Cemetery Station closed (served by buses from Pentagon).
  • Orange and Silver lines will operate normally.
  • Yellow Line service between Huntington and Mt Vernon Square will operate normally.
  • Yellow Line Rush+ trains will run all day between Franconia-Springfield and Greenbelt.

Braddock Road-Huntington/Van Dorn Street (Yellow Line, Blue Line), Mar. 4-Apr. 9

Continuous single tracking will significantly reduce Yellow and Blue line service.

March 4 through March 26

  • Continuous single tracking on the Blue and Yellow lines between Braddock Road & Huntington/Van Dorn Street
  • Blue Line trains will run every 24 minutes. All Blue Line riders should consider alternate travel options during this time.
  • Yellow Rush+ trains will not operate between Franconia-Springfield and Greenbelt.
  • Yellow Line will operate in two segments:
  • Between Huntington and King St-Old Town every 12 minutes
  • Between Reagan National Airport and Mt Vernon Square every 6-12 minutes
  • Between King St-Old Town and Reagan National Airport, only Blue Line trains will operate.

March 26 through April 2

  • Continuous single tracking on the Blue Line only between King St-Old Town and Van Dorn Street.
  • Blue Line trains will run every 24 minutes. All Blue Line riders should consider alternate travel options during this time.
  • Yellow Rush+ trains will not operate between Franconia-Springfield and Greenbelt.
  • Yellow Line service to/from Huntington will operate normally.
  • Riders who normally use Van Dorn Street or Franconia-Springfield stations are encouraged to use Huntington, Eisenhower Ave or King St-Old Town instead.

April 3 through April 9

  • Continuous single tracking on the Yellow Line only between King St-Old Town and Huntington.
  • Yellow Line trains between Huntington and Mt Vernon Square/Fort Totten will operate every 24 minutes at all times. All Yellow Line riders should consider alternate travel options during this time. In particular, customers who normally use Huntington or Eisenhower Ave should consider Franconia-Springfield or Van Dorn Street stations as alternates.
  • Blue Line and Yellow Rush+ service will operate normally.

Greenbelt-College Park (Green Line)

April-May (Dates TBD)

  • Continuous single tracking on the Green Line between Greenbelt and College Park.
  • Service information and exact dates will be announced in early March.

Minnesota Ave-New Carrollton Orange Line

May-June (Dates TBD)

  • Continuous single-tracking will significantly reduce Orange Line service.
  • Service information and exact dates will be announced in early April.

Shady Grove-Twinbrook Red Line

June (Dates TBD)

  • Continuous single tracking will significantly reduce Red Line service north of Grosvenor.
  • Service information and exact dates will be announced in early May.