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About $750,000 would go to fighting lawsuits anticipated from residents who have built fences, sheds and other structures on trail land preserved for light-rail line.

New report tracks plunge in passenger numbers in 2015 and relates it to customer service.

Several bills in the Virginia General Assembly seek to block the governor's program for I-66 between the Beltway and the D.C. line.

Delays remain on Metro's Yellow and Green lines. There was a signal problem at the Archives-Navy Memorial stop.

Wet, slushy roads make for messy commute Tuesday

Snow falling in some parts of region, north of D.C., drivers advised to use caution.

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Two Metro employees have been temporarily removed while the agency investigates.

A key Senate panel recommends killing a bill that would bar tolling without widening inside the Beltway.

Metro announced that its buses on Tuesday will run on a moderate snow plan, meaning some routes won’t operate, because of a wintry weather in the forecast.

The local hospital was expecting up to 40 patients, six of whom were listed as critical.

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