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Ryan Honick fought Metro policy and won.

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.

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.

The ad doesn't name Metro specifically. But riders read between the lines.

Espinosa L. Lopez, 37, of Greenbelt, Md., was charged with 2nd-degree child sex abuse and ordered held without bond.

Big changes starting today for Metro riders on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines.

Council members Charles Allen (D-Ward 6) and Yvette Alexander (D-Ward 7) have written to Metro interim General Manager Jack Requa asking him to reconsider a decision to cut rush-hour Orange and Silver Line service to Stadium-Armory for at least six months, while repairs related to a transformer fire are made.

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