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Mary Pat Flaherty, Paul Duggan and Lori Aratani
The operations hub would have been vital to proper handling of the fatal Yellow Line smoke event on Jan. 12.
A traveler as comfortable with transit as driving wonders why there’s no widening plan for inside the Beltway.
Moody’s Investors Service noted that a series of short-term loans taken out by Metro affected the rating on its transit bonds.
Dana Hedgpeth and Peter Hermann
Roads around 4900 block of Meade Street NE closed because of a barricade situation in DC
The kite competition is a weekend highlight. See tips for getting around throughout the festival, including the Metrorail schedule.
Metro’s Silver Line has delays following a signal problem.
Some lanes closed on part of Connecticut Avenue in Montgomery County.
While ridership is strong on the new bus route between the Braddock Road and Crystal City Metro stations, Arlington is preparing to open its portion of transitway this summer.
The 7000-series cars, with advanced technology, will appear first on the Blue Line.
A union meeting grew heated as Metro workers accused the transit agency of neglecting safety.
Lori Aratani and Ashley Halsey III
U.S. airlines require that two crew members are in the cockpit at all times.
Drivers and bus riders should give themselves extra commuting time starting Friday morning.
Station managers and bus drivers say they fear confrontations when attempting to collect fares.
The new safety videos come in the wake of a Jan. 12 smoke incident in which one passenger died and more than 80 were injured.
Traffic is getting by in one lane but the backups stretch for nearly three miles.
Robert is Dr. Gridlock, the Post’s commuting columnist and an authority on all things roads and rails.
Paul covers Metrorail, Metrobus and other transit news. Follow him on Twitter: @dugganwapo
Lori Aratani writes about how people live, work and play in the D.C. region for The Post’s Transportation and Development team.
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