People tend to check in during these times:
It's like a ghost town, especially after 7PM..
Standard metro station.
this train is moving to fast
Attention Tourists: Wait patiently and give people enough time to walk by you.
Beware, last train before midnight.
Large underground mall of shops here.
They are single tracking today and this weekend. Keep this in mind and add 15-20 mins to your time table
If it's raining, transfer here between the Franconia Blue and Huntington Yellow lines. You won't get wet and will appreciate the seat. The doors open on the RIGHT at this station.
STAND ON THE RIGHT, WALK ON THE
Please remember to stand right walk left, and let others know
Notice how "Prism" (by Anne Marchand) plays off of "Radiance" (by Valerie Theberge)? Both sides of this 18th Street S thoroughway maximise upon the concept (and actual presence/absence) of light.
Bold. Rhythmic. Playful. Connected. This CRYSTALart Art Wall exhibiting Susan Finsen's "Engage" is a perfect introduction to Crystal City, greeting you as you exit onto 18th Street S.
Doors open on the right!
Many Metrorail stations have multiple entrances. You can generally save a little time on your commute by finding out which one’s closer to you.
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Not every ride has to be round trip. Metro allows bikes on the trains on weekends, and on weekdays except during rush hour (7-10am and 4-7pm).
Talk to co-workers and see if any of them bike or carpool to work (to save some $$$).
orange line delays in both directions... leave extra time!
Instead of making a left at the bakery/deli keep going straight. Walk through the glass doors and walk towards the Marriott. It's a much more pleasant stroll than that stuffy hallway that has no A/C!
When it's raining, use the underground mall to get around. When it's nice outside fo above ground and enjoy the fresh air!
Careful those underground shops are cruuuisey