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Problems on four of Metro's six rail lines for Friday morning commute

Metro is going to Plan B for rebuilding, but customers should be skeptical.

Southbound lanes on South Capital Street in Southeast Washington closed after blown transformer. Crews are on the scene.

Metro might be in even worse shape if not for its unions.

The transportation secretary names safety experts to the transit agency’s board.

Watch All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman surprise passengers behind the wheel of a Lyft.

Trains are no longer sharing a track on the Blue and Silver lines after firefighters found no smoke and no fire at Addison Road stop. And normal service is back on the Red Line.

DUI offenders aren’t supposed to be driving Uber and Lyft, yet riders keep seeing Breathalyzers in cars.

Fans should head for one of three station entrances if they need the after-midnight service.

Metro says nearly 1,000 passes sold after the pilot launched in March.

Part of Woodmont Avenue in Bethesda is closed after a pedestrian was struck.

The drill is a test of the airport's ability to handle a major incident such as an airplane crash or a fire on the runway.

Some lanes of Rockville Pike south near Cedar Lane in Bethesda have reopened. The area where the water main break happened is the same place where one occurred last fall, utility officials said.

Once more, a smoky power malfunction near Friendship Heights is the culprit.

Silver Line officials said motorists should watch for construction vehicles entering the roadway and for lane and shoulder closures.

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