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A dispute over the cost of railcars has the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority at odds with Metro, and the disagreement could delay the 2013 opening of the first phase of the rail line to Dulles International Airport.
WTOP's Adam Tuss says road closures will remain in effect around the area until after Tuesday's rush hour.
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As Washington gears up to host a huge gathering of world leaders, you need to be aware that Sunday, Monday and Tuesday the region could see huge traffic disruptions -- disruptions like the region has never seen before. Adam Tuss, reporter with sister station WTOP brings us up to speed.
"The incident cleanup is taking, frankly, more time than it really needs to," says Dave Snyder, chairman of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' transportation planning board.
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Crystal Run 5K Fridays will close some roads between 6:15 p.m. and 7:45 p.m.
In the wake of numerous safety incidents, accidents and deaths, major management changes are taking shape at Metro.
WTOP's Sprawl & Crawl reporter Adam Tuss says the local trasnportation authority remains in charge of the Washington subway's safety, even in the wake of the bombings in Moscow.
A right-hand turn has now become a left-hand turn for drivers at the intersection of Shady Grove Road and Interstate 370.
The gun that police say was used to fire 13 shots during a road rage duel on Interstate 95 was legally owned, WTOP has learned.
Expect crowds on Metro over the next two weeks. The National Cherry Blossom Festival gets underway this weekend.