The light-rail project's future is suddenly less certain under President Trump's proposal to limit federal transit funds.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) signed a bill Thursday to create a long-delayed Metro safety oversight body, moving the Washington region a step closer to obtaining millions of dollars of suspended federal transit aid.
Yellow Rush-Plus service will be canceled during the surge, and shuttle buses will operate between the stations affected.
The flight was two miles from landing at Albuquerque International when the captain declared an emergency because of a “medical issue."
Rep. Mark Meadows said the pricey Metro advertisement “was not well-timed."
The report also calls for the transit agency to expand hours.
Metro riders on the Blue and Yellow lines face Thursday morning delays. There was a problem with a switch near the King Street stop. The delays are in both directions of the line. Blue/Yellow Line: Expect residual delays in both directions due to an earlier switch problem outside King Street. — Metrorail Info (@Metrorailinfo) March […]
Metro historian Zachary M. Schrag said architect Harry Weese, who died in 1998, would be "dismayed" to see his concrete design painted over.
Mayor Muriel E. Bowser's budget includes funds for a new limited-stop route.
Supporters of the change say the mandate has discouraged the state from improving service.