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Metro has ordered a "safety stand down" after two more operators ran through red signals while on the tracks -- serious safety violations that could lead to collisions.
Miss your Metro train, and you may have to wait 25 minutes for the next one.
Metro's chief of communications is resigning.
Metro officials say crime on the transit system is trending downward during the first quarter of 2011, although assaults against bus drivers have increased.
Two Metro train operators have run through red signals in the past month -- serious safety violations equivalent to a car running through a red light, but on a much larger scale.
As part of the plan to finance the Dulles Rail Project, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is being advised to consider putting a toll on the access road, which drivers can currently use free of charge.
WTOP's Hank Silverberg has a preview of his BRAC Impact report on the MARC Center in Alexandria.
One construction inspector made $32,090 in overtime in January and February.
"Time is money. If we were to move backwards, it would cost us quite a lot," says Mame Reiley, a board member and chairwoman of the board's Dulles Corridor Committee, about the decision to build the Metro station under ground.