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Metro General Manager Richard Sarles tells WTOP the transit agency is currently facing challenges when it comes to air conditioning on trains.
Metro riders are now seeing higher fare prices, on both buses and on the rails, as the first of two fare hikes has kicked in.
After an extra long subway train rolled through eight stations, Metro took action against three of its employees.
Drivers are frustrated by the delays this project creates.
You'll see changes at the 14th Street and at the intersection of New York Avenue and Florida Avenue.
Rep. Gerry Connolly and the Fairfax Board of Supervisors are asking the federal government to open the I-66 ramps at Monument Drive and Stringfellow Road during the hours they are normally closed.
It was a long ride to work on Metro's Green Line Monday after a 10-car train made its way onto the tracks and began picking up passengers.
High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes are being built along that stretch, and some say the lanes are an ultra-modern, innovative solution to fighting congestion.
A prominent auto group is calling the D.C. Department of Transportation's decision to make major changes to new bike lanes on Pennsylvania Avenue a good thing.
Weekend rains pushed back the completion of work on the bridge. One lane in each direction is open.