But upgrades to help coordinate the work of ventilation fans have not moved beyond the paperwork stage.
Public says no to Metro fare hikes during testimony before WMATA committee.
The goal of the new agreement is to identify and repair radio issues in Metro’s underground areas to prevent a repeat of communication problems that surfaced during a fatal incident Jan. 12, near L’Enfant Plaza.
In her letter, Mikulski says that Metro officials should create a separate website to allow members of the public to track its safety efforts in the wake of the fatal Jan. 12 Yellow Line incident.
The council will examine the response to the Jan. 12 incident in which hundreds were trapped on a smoke-filled train near L’Enfant Plaza.
The sons of the woman who died after being trapped in a smoky Yellow Line train are seeking $50 million.
TSA officers seize lots of interesting items at airport checkpoints. Here are a few more entries from Atlanta.
The FAA offers this handy reminder: Drones and football don’t mix, especially at the Super Bowl.
Carol Glover, 61, was the first passenger to die as a result of a Metro train incident since 2009.
The union head says employees fear that they will be punished if they highlight safety problems.