A graphic with an April 19 Metro article incorrectly reported the number of passenger miles traveled by U.S. school buses. The correct figure is 4.3 billion miles each year, not each day.
A graphic with an April 19 article incorrectly reported that the number of school bus fatalities per passenger miles was 0.01. The correct figure is 0.01 school bus fatalities per 100,000 passenger miles.
A headline on an April 19 Metro in Brief item misstated the effect of a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in an Annapolis murder case. The court did not reinstate the charges against Leeander J. Blake, but agreed to hear an appeal of a state Court of Appeals decision that led to Blake's release.
An April 19 Metro article incorrectly reported that former Prince George's county executive Wayne K. Curry pushed for a repeal of the county's property tax cap in his second term. He did it in his first term.
The Coming and Going column in the April 17 Travel section gave an incorrect number for Travelex Currency Services. The correct number is 202-872-1428.
The country of Lesotho was missing from an overall map of Africa that appeared in the April 17 issue of Outlook. The map was part of a graphic highlighting the 20 African nations that have had five consecutive years of economic growth. Lesotho is not among them.
In the April 16 Real Estate section, an artist's rendering of the planned Waverly Gardens Apartments in Woodstock, Md., was incorrectly identified as Eastern Village. The illustration also should have been credited as courtesy of Steven James Stannard of the Salient Group.
The Cash Flow column in the March 27 Business section used an incorrect acronym to refer to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. It should have referred to the law as HIPAA.