The worst may be over for people living near what has been the noisiest phase of the Purple Line’s construction. With basic tunnel work moving into a final phase, Purple Line Transit Partners says residents near the future light rail line can now expect less nighttime noise.
Metro is limiting weekend track work for the next few weeks due to expected Cherry Blossom crowds around the National Mall. Here’s what you need to know.
Virginia is getting ready for the monthslong closure of six Metrorail stations on the Blue and Yellow lines. Here’s what you need to know.
The transfer of authority from the federal government to the Metrorail Safety Commission allows $48.5 million — which had been withheld for over the last two years — to flow back to agencies across Maryland, Virginia and the District.
For both rush hours on Thursday and both rush hours on Friday, Metro cut scheduled service between New Carrollton and Stadium-Armory from every eight minutes to every 12 minutes to reduce the amount of power needed in the area near Deanwood.
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A person died after being struck by a Metro train outside Fort Totten Thursday night.
Metro plans to add some service back this summer at stations on the Yellow, Green and Red lines without raising fares.
Metro is offering to pay $3 of the cost of the trip when riders have “limited transportation options during the hours when Metrorail is not operating,” but riders would have to pay the rest of the fare.
An eight-person rescue crew that included animal control officials safely recovered the bird near Morgan Boulevard around 7 p.m., nearly two hours after it was found.
Planning to take Metro to and from your St. Patrick’s Day festivities? Single tracking is expected to slow riders on all lines over the weekend, with the most significant delays scheduled on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines.
Metro would continue to get a critical $150 million per year in special federal funding under President Trump’s budget proposal unveiled Monday, even as the budget proposes cuts to transportation spending in many other areas.
Metro would significantly improve service through Columbia Heights, Fort Totten and Hyattsville by extending all Yellow Line trains to Greenbelt, and add service on the Red Line near Glenmont under a final budget proposal set for preliminary approval Thursday.
The new president of Metro’s largest union spoke with WTOP for the first time since taking over as president of Local 689, which represents about 9,000 frontline workers. Here’s what he had to say about Metro shutdowns, his relationship with Metro Manager Paul Wiedefeld and other issues.
Alexandria has updated a draft transportation plan for this summer’s monthslong Metro shutdown to remove a suggestion that all of the city’s DASH buses could be free from May 25 through Sept. 2.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.