WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- According to WMATA, Metrobus service will resume normal service at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Some routes had operated on snow detours earlier in the day to keep buses off of hilly terrain, narrow side streets and other problem areas.
Most of Metro's 316 bus routes will resume normal service, except the M8, M9 and U4 routes due to road conditions.
These 10 routes will continue to operate on snow detours: A4, A6, A8, D12, P12, R12, S80, E6, 3A and 3T.
For information about snow detours on these routes, please visit appropriate snow detour page:
- District of Columbia - http://bit.ly/1dsxfnC
- Maryland - http://bit.ly/1cvn1yI
- Virginia - http://bit.ly/NqT2Cn
Riders are asked to sign up for MetroAlerts to receive updates on service.
MetroAccess service started at noon Tuesday. WMATA officials say delays are possible due to road conditions.
Metrorail is operating on its normal schedule.