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Family and friends of those killed in Metrorail's deadliest crash gathered to remember their loved ones on the first anniversary of the tragedy.
"WMATA has the worst safety record in the country, and they need to improve that safety record," Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said on WTOP's Ask the Governor program.
The panel that oversees Metro's safety has sent a sternly-written letter to the Richard Sarles, the transit agency's interim General Manager, expressing its concern over a near-miss this week on the Red line.
One Metro train approached another too quickly Wednesday, but the transit agency didn't immediately investigate or report the near collision.
Metro's oldest and busiest line is not running on a schedule that matches "reality." That frank assessment came from the transit agency's interim general manager.
In an exclusive one-on-one ride on the rails with WTOP, Metro interim General Manager Richard Sarles talks about his first days on the job and the future of the transit agency.
Metro's Board of Directors has not settled on exactly how much, but there is a consensus that fares are going to increase.
Metro's Interim General Manager Richard Sarles says he should be replaced as soon as possible.
There was a tense - and at times fiery - debate as Metro's Board of Directors discussed fare increases and service cuts Thursday.
A dispute over the cost of railcars has the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority at odds with Metro, and the disagreement could delay the 2013 opening of the first phase of the rail line to Dulles International Airport.