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Trains are running again on the Red Line in Montgomery County, after a woman "threatened to blow up the train."
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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.
Alexandria Mayor and Metro Boardmember Bill Euille doesn't get a good feeling when he walks on some Metro station platforms.
Miscommunication. That's the troubling central theme in two recent Metro accidents -- including one that left two maintenance workers dead.
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.
Red Line trains are no longer running on a single track.
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Normal service has resumed on Metro's Red Line after a cracked rail was discovered Thursday.
A down economy -- and not the biggest fare increase in Metro history -- is to blame for a lack of growth in rail and bus ridership, the transit agency says.
The fatal 2009 Red Line crash was blamed on a technical glitch that caused the agency's anti-collision system to fail. Now, Metro says it's ready to move ahead with a fix.
Metro has discovered numerous escalator brake issues since the transit agency started inspecting its fleet, officials say.