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The hiring process was completed at an afternoon board meeting. Metro Board Chairman Peter Benjamin says the transit system conducted an international search, consisting of six months of review.
When you have to go, you have to go, but exactly where some Metro train operators have been going is disturbing.
While Metro Board members have remained very tight-lipped about actual names of candidates, a Metro source tells WTOP the list of finalists being put together includes a candidate or candidates from outside the realm of public transit.
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Some Green Line Metro riders got more than they paid for during rush hour this week.
The station was closed Wednesday after a large piece of debris fell into the station.
There will be a number of major traffic and transit schedule changes Thursday due to the Veterans Day holiday.
Tags: Veterans Day , HOV lanes , Interstate 270 , Route 50 , Rock Creek Parkway , Clara Barton Parkway , Canal Road , Connecticut Avenue , 16th Street , Capitol Hill , MARC , VRE , RideOn Buses , Adam Tuss
Metro has launched a system-wide inspection of its escalators in the wake of last Saturday's incident where six people were injured when a escalator failed to stop due to faulty brakes.
Flawed information and system weaknesses may prevent Metro board members from following through on a promised discount for riders.