Flooding from the underground pipe, young by D.C. standards, caused havoc for thousands on Metro.
Dispute had threatened to delay the scheduled January debut of the 7000 series cars.
Transit officials say a dispute over testing is settled and the 7000-series cars are back on track for a January debut.
Transit agency plans to halt work on a program aimed at making Metrobus service faster and more comfortable.
Transit authority says slowdown in rail service could result if counties and cities don’t chip in additional money.
An ongoing dispute over safety tests on the 7000 series cars threatens their January debut.
With Richard Sarles soon to retire, the search is underway for next Metro general manager
With rail fares stagnant, officials say the agency needs bigger subsidy from D.C.-area jurisdictions.
“Near-field capability” allows fare payment with a wave of a smartphone or credit, debit or Metro card.
Despite a mixed legacy, Marion Barry was the everyman’s champion, his staunch supporters proudly proclaim.