Metro riders on the Green Line northbound in Prince George's County, Maryland will experience some station closures through the end of summer.
The transit agency announced that its West Hyattsville, Hyattsville Crossing, College Park-U of Md. and Greenbelt stations will be closed for major construction from July 22 to September 4.
Metro said that these four stations will be closed for the installation of fiber optic cables to improve the technology of the railway system .
“Once installed, the fiber optic cables will allow Metro to get more updates outside of customer service hours, which means less downtime in the future,” he said. transit agency.
Metro advises passengers to allow additional time for their trip. Passengers taking the Green Line to Fort Totten on July 22 and 23 will still be able to reach the station via the Red Line. On all other dates, passengers can use the free bus services to get around the construction of the Green Line.
This interruption of part of the Green Line is one of Metro's main construction projects, which also involved the closure of parts of the Orange and Silver Lines. these same stations were closed two summers ago for construction, while the tracks at those stations were used to move equipment.
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