Rhode Island Avenue
The expectation that red will change to green keeps traffic in the nation’s capital moving and its drivers safe and sane.
A cracked rail on Metro's red line is forcing trains to single track along a stretch of above-ground stations, creating delays in both directions on one of the coldest mornings in decades in D.C.
The Takoma, Brookland and Rhode Island Avenue stations will be closed through the weekend.
Thanks to the many warnings from news outlets and the District, the massive gridlock that was expected never came about.
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