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Ryan Honick fought Metro policy and won.

Riders can expect longer wait times when traveling between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. when trains will run every 15 minutes from each end of the line.

A Metro employee refused to let a rider use the emergency exit for his service dog, who he was afraid might be clipped by the fare gate. Metro says the employee was just following policy.

Metro is looking for 5,000 riders willing to be part of a new online "customer community" it's trying to build.

Your costume has been right in front of you all along.

A spokeswoman for U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said the department will unveil its own plan for fixing the region's troubled Metro system.

Earlier delays on Metro's Orange and Silver lines

A first-time visitor to Washington -- a tourist from Boston or New York, let's say, where subway riders pay a flat fare -- might be confused by Metro's varied prices based on travel distance. But a Metro board member?

Because fares account for a major portion of Metro’s annual operating revenue, budget managers could include fare increases in their proposed spending plan for the fiscal year that begins July 1. The plan is scheduled to be submitted to the board next month.

A track problem forced single-tracking between the National Airport and Braddock Road stations. Trips are expected to take 30 to 45 minutes longer than usual, with trains holding at stations.

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