On Tuesday, ahead of the Capitals Game Three clash with the Lightning at Capital One Arena, it was announced that Qatar had agreed to foot a $100,000 bill in order to keep the Metro open one hour longer on Thursday for Game Four.
That deal now appears to be off, according to NBC Washington’s Adam Tuss, who spoke to a Metro source.
According to that source, no money had been exchanged to facilitate the hour-long extension to the Metro service.
🚨 ALERT – Metro’s deal with the country of Qatar to keep the system open late for Capitals game 4 is OFF! A metro source says no money has been exchanged and @JackEvansWard2 tells News4 the deal “seems to have come undone.” #wmata @nbcwashington pic.twitter.com/OQshaEg2tc
— Adam Tuss (@AdamTuss) May 16, 2018
Welp. Who’s going to step up?
— Good Tweet Pete 🌮 (@peterhassett) May 16, 2018
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