A Metro tunnel ventilation and platform canopy replacement project will cause months of delays and station closures on the Red Line starting next month through the end of the year.
The break occurred during Thursday's rush hour.
Most changes will go into effect on Labor Day, with the extended rail hours in place during the summer.
Those who need in-person appointments to renew their expired driver's licenses or identification cards will now have until Sept. 9 to do so.
Metro finally rolls out the long-delayed Android-version of a virtual fare card while the transit agency also considers fare cuts and service increases to boost ridership.
An initial report to D.C. fire officials was for an injured person on the tracks, but they responded to find the man was dead.
Staff members at the transit agency have offered up several suggestions on directions Metro could take.
The seized pistols were headed to an address in Bensalem, Pa.
Thousands of motorcycles will be in the nation’s capital this holiday weekend as part of an annual event to honor those killed in war or missing in action.
A utility problem is closing part of VA 123 in Fairfax. Drivers should expect extended delays.
The incident took place on the Red Line at the NoMa-Gallaudet Metro station in the District at about 1:47 p.m., according to Metro.
Dingus spoke to The Washington Post about teenage drivers, Tesla deaths and decades spent trying to understand what we do wrong, and right, on the road.
The transit agency is wrapping up platform replacement projects at the two stations.
Metro's 6000 Series rail cars remain sidelined after two incidents of trains pulling apart, the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission said.
The striking workers are employed by Dallas-based MV Transportation, which bills itself as the largest provider of paratransit services in the United States.
Metro officials said trains were single-tracking and commuters should expect delays in both directions.
The Motor Vehicle Administration will resume requirements to renew state-issued documents after an extension during the coronavirus crisis.
Audit of Metro shows safety and training issues.
“You should expect, as we have more activity in the city, full parking enforcement will resume at some point,” the mayor said in March.