Metro is adding additional patrols Tuesday morning after suicide bombers struck a subway station and airport in Brussels.
Metro Transit Police said in a tweet that there is no “known, specific or credible threat” to the Washington, D.C., subway system at this time.
No known, specific or credible threat to Metro at this time. Additional K9 sweeps + patrols starting this AM as precaution. #wmata— Metro Transit Police (@MetroTransitPD) March 22, 2016
Officials said they are closely monitoring events in Brussels, where at least 13 people were killed and more than 100 others injured, and urged riders to be vigilant.
MTPD is closely monitoring events in Brussels w/our fed partners. If you see something, say something: 202-962-2121 or text MyMTPD. #wmata— Metro Transit Police (@MetroTransitPD) March 22, 2016
Security is also being tightened at subway stations and airports in New York.
This report was updated at 8:36 a.m.