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The cost of using public transit in the Washington region is going up, but it's still cheaper than driving, a new report finds.
Regular service has resumed on Metro's Green and Yellow lines after a woman was struck at the Mount Vernon Square station Wednesday.
You can listen to the Nationals game on 1500 AM.
D.C. will be hopping this weekend. Warm weather, Easter, the cherry blossoms and a couple of great sporting events will bring crowds into the city.
Nearly 50 heads of state will be in the nation's capital for a Nuclear Security Summit that's scheduled to take place April 12 and 13. It's expected to be one of the largest gatherings of heads of state in history.
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Something was definitely not right on Metro when a 14-car train pulled into the New Carrollton station Wednesday morning.
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.
You'll see more officers and K-9 units on Metro Monday, after twin attacks on subway stations in Moscow.
One rider is trying to get people to go to budget hearings to fight to save the routes.