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Hurricane Sandy Washington DC Closings

Hurricane Sandy Washington DC Closings

	Hurricane Sandy is seen churning towards the east coast of the United States is this NOAA handout satellite image taken on October 27, 2012. Image taken October 27, 2012. REUTERS/NOAA National Hurricane Center


Wondering what services will be affected by Hurricane Sandy Monday and Tuesday?  Here’s a list for District of Columbia:

Metro rail closed Monday

Bus services is canceled Monday

MetroAccess closed Monday

MARC train service canceled Monday

Amtrak for NERegional, Acela, Keystone and Shuttle service canceled Monday

Greyhound service from and to DC & Baltimore/Norfolk/Silver Spring/Ocean City canceled Monday

VRE trains canceled Monday

Federal government offices will be closed Monday

*All non-emergency employees granted administrative leave and emergency employees required to report.

DC government offices will be closed Monday

DC Superior Court is closed Monday

DC public schools are closed Monday

DC early voting is canceled for Monday


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Comment balloon 2 commentsThe Isaacs Team llc • October 28 2012 06:06PM


Baltimore County schools are closed Monday so far and I think I'll be sitting at home working on some projects while I wait out the storm.  Thanks for sharing this great information with us.

Posted by June Piper-Brandon, Piecing Dreams One Home at a Time (The Traczyk Team at Remax New Beginnings ) about 6 years ago

We're all working from home this next two days, I think! Take care, June, and stay dry!

Posted by The Isaacs Team llc, (RLAH 11 Dupont Circle, Washington DC) about 6 years ago

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