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One construction inspector made $32,090 in overtime in January and February.
Metro stopped opening doors in automatic mode after a technical glitch that caused the doors to open on the wrong side was discovered.
Metro calls it a communication breakdown. Its central command didn't tell track workers it rerouted trains before actually rerouting them.
Tags: Braddock Road , Metro , Blue Line , Yellow Line , Potomac Yard , King Street , Matt Bassett , Lisa Farbstein , Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport , John Moore , Adam Tuss , Colleen Kelleher
Metro says there was no safety hazard last week when a Red Line train operator hit the emergency brake because he felt he was getting too close to another train.
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.