A Metro employee was arrested during a business trip in Tennessee after arranging to meet who he thought was a 15-year-old for a sexual encounter.
Metro will shut down service on part of its Red Line over the next three weekends, and the transit agency is working with the Smithsonian to ensure people can still get to a popular attraction along the impacted route.
Metro plans to temporarily close all Blue and Yellow line stations south of Reagan National Airport next summer as part of a massive construction project to rebuild 20 outdoor station platforms over the next three years.
A man raped a woman on a Metro Red Line train last month, the transit agency said Monday. The suspect is in police custody on an unrelated charge.
A federal appeals court has denied the Archdiocese of Washington’s request to force Metro to immediately post Christmas ads on Metrobuses.
Metro riders can stay connected while underground with the addition of free Wi-Fi at even more stations beginning Thursday.
Civic activists say they are no longer just waiting around for elected officials to agree on desperately needed Metro funding — instead they are educating and empowering citizens to lobby and to advocate for the funding.
Metrorail ridership dropped 8 percent in the year ending in June, but Metro claims ridership is stabilizing now as the agency scores more trips as “on time.”
The Purple Line is closer to getting back on track, after a significant ruling Wednesday by a federal appeals court.
The Red Line will shut down four consecutive weekends in July and August between Grosvenor-Strathmore and Friendship Heights to allow for testing of a sealant that could help prevent some major Red Line delays like last Friday’s shutdowns.
Oversight and contracting failures at Metro risked an immediate loss of millions in federal funding, a new audit report from Metro’s Office of Inspector General found.
On Metro’s Red Line, service was briefly suspended between Judiciary Square and Rhode Island Avenue stations because of a track problem outside Union Station.
Metro will stay open late or open early for a limited number of special events such as playoff games or marathons over the next year – as long as event organizers are willing to put more money down up front than they have in the past.
Metro will shut down parts of the Green, Red and Yellow lines over the next year as part of the next round of work zones.
Metro failed to erase hard drives before putting them up for auction as surplus, exposing some employees’ personal information, an internal audit found.
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