Metro Board Chairman Jack Evans pulled a vote to end the Riders’ Advisory Council from the board’s agenda at the start of its meeting, but changes will be made to the council.
Metro is set to disband its Riders’ Advisory Council that is meant to offer riders’ perspectives on service and potential changes.
Metro’s 21-member Riders Advisory Council is taking a fresh look at Metro safety, creating a new committee devoted to the issue.
WASHINGTON — It’s not all that uncommon for Metrorail riders to experience long delays during an average workweek, but now a group representing riders wants the transit agency to pay up when service falters. The…
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