Metro station name changes: A history of the system's changing titles
Ever since the original five Red Line stations opened in 1976, Metro has expanded to great lengths. Since then, changing geographic features have forced stations to swap names on a regular basis. As compiled by Greater Greater Washington, here's a brief history of Metro's name changes.
2012 - NoMa-Gallaudet U.
A changing neighborhood forces the name of New York Avenue's station to change.