Seventy-two of the system’s 91 stations will still remain open.
The complex will include retail and residential space.
The closures are anticipated to begin on or around Nov. 3.
WMATA must stop neglecting low income areas. They need the Metro the most.
A bigger road is is just more investment in unsustainable transit.
They don't want to see it developed.
The project was originally estimated to cost $4,000.
WMATA provides a public service, while Uber tries — and fails — to turn a profit.
It will bring 451 apartments to the area.