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Red Line Metro trains are sharing a single track between the New York Avenue and Rhode Island Avenue stations after a person was struck by a train, officials say.
Now that Metro line is taking shape in Tysons, there are concerns about how it looks.
For the first time, Metro is saying definitively what caused an escalator to crumble last month at the Foggy Bottom station.
Two people came to the public hearing. No members of Metro's board showed up.
The Guardian Angels have stepped up patrols on Metro in response to a number of recent fights. But one Angel became the victim of a fight himself over the weekend.
As the price on gas station marquees continues its steady march upward, drivers will exchange their frustration for alternative ways to commute, according to a study released Monday.
Blasting work will be done between 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. over the next several months. The work is in preparation for the installation of new elevators.
The District of Columbia may hold back its $50 million share of dedicated funding for Metro if cuts to late night weekend rail service move forward.
Should Metro stop running at midnight on the weekends to save money and increase maintenance time? Metro board members weighed in Wednesday on the possibility. WTOP's Adam Tuss reports.
Trying to find a working Metro escalator can sometimes feel like finding a needle in a haystack, and new numbers show just how many of the devices have been out of service.