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With the Washington area in for heavy downpours, the transit agency takes steps to ward off flooding.
Federal officials cite Metro’s long-running and serious safety problems.
An ethics complaint says Mortimer Downey’s paid work for a transit contractor was improper.
After a huge fire in a power station, fewer trains will run on the Orange, Blue and Silver lines until next year.
Transit managers drafted a 643-page list of improvements and reforms in response to a critical FTA review.
With Pope Francis in town, transportation officials had worried about the potential for gridlock on roads and a major breakdown of Metro’s trouble-prone subway. But both morning and evening rush hours passed smoothly.
“They’re going to have to be playoff-caliber, if not Super Bowl-caliber, for three days straight.”
The project would be done by the end of the decade, but the gradual rollout would mean some riders get access much sooner.
A panel of experts says transit workers are ill-prepared to operate subway smoke-ventilation systems.
The idea of fare hikes is unlikely to sit well with riders already fed up with persistent service disruptions.