Baltimore’s top prosecutor described how the 25-year-old allegedly was arrested illegally and suffered a severe spine injury in the back of a police van. His family said it was “satisfied,” but the police union complained of a “rush to judgment.”
A proposed $150 million allocation for Washington-area public transit is cut in half by a congressional committee.
An ominous message pushed officers to mobilize near a busy mall and transit station.
A national transit expert says that compared to a half dozen other big-city systems says it isn’t.
Decisions at Metro involve multiple jurisdictions, and snow isn’t what tested recent transit performance.
As a federal probe into the L’Enfant calamity continues, Metro says it will start to take action on its own.
Metro said it will take steps to improve safety in its rail system after a subway tunnel filled with smoke in January, sickening scores of passengers, one of whom died.
Judge tells Hughes to stay away from the Capitol, White House when he returns to D.C. for court hearings.
A 14-year-old girl sued, saying she was roughed up by a transit officer, but Metro denies the allegation.
Some riders were rhapsodic, some were disinterested and a few veteran commuters were oozing disdain.