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Two Metro workers have been fired for their role in an accident that saw a woman fall through an open hatch in the ground near an escalator.
Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., calls the Washington Metropolitan Airports Authority "out of touch" and "out of control" regarding its decision to build the Dulles rail station underground.
Next stop: West Falls Church's Chicken? Cream of Wheaton? Burger King Street? Not anytime soon.
Miscommunication. That's the troubling central theme in two recent Metro accidents -- including one that left two maintenance workers dead.
A decision to build the Metro rail station underground at Dulles International Airport has produced a sharp criticism in the communities that have to pay for it and among state leaders in Richmond.
Adam Tuss, WTOP Sprawl & Crawl reporter
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has voted 9-4 to build an underground Metro station at Dulles International Airport.
The Montgomery County Council is considering an increase from 50 cents an hour to 60 cents an hour in Silver Spring. The hike also would be a dime in Bethesda, from 65 cents an hour to 75 cents an hour.
As Metro expands to Dulles International Airport, eight new stations will be built in Fairfax County. The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved names for those stations Tuesday.
Metrorail started rolling in the District 35 years ago today. Listen as riders tell WTOP's Andrew Mollenbeck what their wishes are for the transit system.