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The horrific Red Line collision in June that killed nine people will be the focus of a three-day hearing at the National Transportation Safety Board next week.
A Metro source tells WTOP that at least two internal candidates have been offered the top spot at Metro, but they have declined.
Metro riders, does it seem like you're waiting longer for trains to show up? It's because you are.
After a blizzard-filled week and President's Day holiday, it's back to the grind and back to school.
A six-car Red Line train derailed near Farragut North station Friday morning, the first day back to work for federal workers after the region's snow storms.
Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) recently sat down with WTOP Sprawl and Crawl Reporter Adam Tuss to talk about solutions for I-66 congestion.
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Twenty workers were aboard one of Metro's prime mover trucks when it crashed into a contractor's rail truck Saturday night.
Metro did not notify the Tri-State Oversight Committee after Saturday night's accident.
The Metro Board of Directors has approved a 10-cent fare hike to help close a $40 million budget gap in the current fiscal year.
Metro employees Jeffrey Garrard and Sung Oh were killed while installing new train control equipment near the Rockville station around 2 a.m. Tuesday.