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Trains are no longer single-tracking. Service returned to normal at about 1:27 p.m. Friday.
Metro's Board of Directors has not settled on exactly how much, but there is a consensus that fares are going to increase.
Three separate incidents caused problems on the Blue, Yellow and Green Lines Wednesday morning.
Metro's Interim General Manager Richard Sarles says he should be replaced as soon as possible.
Jim Dougherty enters Metro at a time when the spotlight on safety is at its apex.
There was a tense - and at times fiery - debate as Metro's Board of Directors discussed fare increases and service cuts Thursday.
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.
Returning former Gov. Robert Ehrlich to the state's highest elected office in November could spell trouble for the planned Purple Line, according to the Maryland Transit Administration planner who is supervising the project.
If you've been riding Metro this month, you probably have noticed a lot less elbow room.
See a map of the affected downtown area and find out what streets are affected.