Metro service will continue to be shut down through at least Tuesday morning, according to officials with the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
"Metrorail and Metrobus service will not resume service Tuesday morning," reads a press release sent out by WMATA earlier this afternoon. "An announcement on when service may be restored will be made after Metro is able to assess damage and weather conditions in the morning. Metro personnel will need to perform a comprehensive damage assessment, including inspections of track, bridges, aerial structures, stations and facilities. Metrorail service restoration is also contingent on adequate commercial power to support operations and repair of any storm-related damage. For Metrobus, service restoration will vary by route and depend on road conditions."
As well, MetroAccess service will be suspended all day Tuesday.
"Metro will restore service only when it is safe to do so," reads the release.
MTA Shutters Commuter Rail, Bus Service
The Maryland Transit Administration has also scrapped its rail and commuter bus service on Tuesday as a result of Hurricane Sandy.
An decision about Wednesday's MARC and bus service will be made by 8 p.m. Tuesday, according to an announcement from MTA.