A Maryland lawmaker said the bottom line is that the current 911 system must be made more reliable and more resilient.
Verizon Wireless customers in Arlington and Fairfax and Prince William Counties may encounter problems when trying to call 911 Thursday morning.
Instead of getting an ambulance, some 911 callers in the District could be sent a taxi or a Lyft. It’s part of an effort to free up ambulance crews for the most serious emergencies.
It was nearly a month ago when 911 service went down for Sprint wireless callers in the region. Sprint is now explaining what happened and answering tough questions from area leaders.
Metro is running a test installation of cables for the federally required transition to a new radio system, and cellular cables will be installed inside Metro’s walls.
A year after the derecho cut 911 service in Fairfax County, Verizon has conducted extensive audits and made a number of changes.
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