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.
Under the plan, solo drivers will pay to use I-66 inside the Beltway during peak hours.
Members of Congress say they still have many questions about being briefed by NTSB investigators.
Alexandria resident Carol I. Glover was remembered as a woman of strong faith who embraced life.
Experts say Monday’s fatal incident wasn’t as bad as a crash in 2009, but in some ways, it’s more troubling.
City documents say the first responders to reach the platform had no idea hundreds of passengers were gasping for breath.
Jeffrey Todd decided he had to find his own way out of the stalled, smoke-filled train.
Parties involved in an NTSB investigation are given these documents outlining how the process will move forward.
Carol Glover was aided by fellow passengers who tried desperately to keep her alive.