Dan Tangherlini, who steps down today from his interim job overseeing Metro, leaves an agency that he says is more responsive to its riders and workers and more willing to consider new ideas, such as music in the subway and rail cars without carpet.
Metro's Loss, D.C.'s Gain (October 4, 2006, Page A24)
Metro Chief Ready for Next Move: Challenge of Managing D.C. Government Looks Tempting to Tangherlini (Post, October 4, 2006, Page B01)
Metro Seeks New Manager Candidates: With Top Prospect Out, Board Begins Again (Post, October 3, 2006, Page B02)
Fenty to Name Interim Manager Of Metro as D.C. Administrator (Post, October 2, 2006, Page A01)
Divided Board Keeps Quest for Metro Chief on Track: D.C.'s Graham, Maneuvering to Have Interim Head Made Permanent, Is Accused of Grandstanding (Post, August 4, 2006, Page B02)
Metropolitics (August 3, 2006, Page A26)
Metro Panel Set to Begin National Search for Chief (Post, July 21, 2006, Page B01)
Metro Jams (June 23, 2006, Page A24)
High-Level Personnel Changes At Metro: Tangherlini Shifts MetroAccess Chief (Post, June 3, 2006, Page B01)
Another Item for Metro's Agenda (Post, March 29, 2006, Page A18)
Metro's New Interim Chief (Post, February 17, 2006, Page B04)
A Few Ideas for the New Guy at Metro (By John Kelly, February 16, 2006, Page C09)
Metro's New Winning Personality (By John Kelly, February 2, 2006, Page C10)
Visions of a More User-Friendly Metro: Interim Manager Wants Broad Input on Improving Transit System (Post, January 13, 2006, Page B04)
In His Own Words: Dan Tangherlini: Low Meter Rates Raise Parking Demand, Frustration (Post, July 28, 2005, Page DZ03)

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