Metro Won't Up Track Work for (Most) of Holiday WeekendThe red line is the only line expected to see track work over the weekend.
Metro Transit Officer Arrested for Trying to Support ISISA D.C.-area transit police officer has been charged in an FBI sting with attempting to support ISIS.
Metro to End Late-Night Weekend Service in Two WeeksAs expected, late-night weekend rides on the D.C. Metro are coming to an end.
DOT Secretary Warns He Could Shut Down D.C. MetroTransportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Tuesday he seriously considered ordering a shutdown of the entire Washington Metro subway system last week.
Metro Unveils New Marine Corps Marathon Limited Edition SmarTrip CardMetro riders can now buy the first limited-edition Marine Corps Marathon Commemorative SmarTrip Card.
Metro Crime Rate Lowest in Five YearsMetro Transit Police announced Monday that serious crime on Metrobus and Metrorail has dropped to a five-year low for the first half of 2014.
Metro Fare May Be Going Completely PaperlessIf Metro's Board of Directors approves the proposed 2015 budget and capital improvement plan Thursday, the transit system will begin the process of completely eliminating paper fare cards.
U.S. Senators Introduce Bill To Name Union Station After Pres. Harry TrumanTwo U.S. Senators from Missouri introduced a bill Thursday that would name D.C. Metro's Union Station after Missouri native and 33rd President Harry S. Truman.
'No Pants Metro Ride' Planned For SundayIf the annual 'No Pants Metro Ride' had been scheduled for today, it's doubtful that there would have been much participation. However, the predicted high for Sunday, the actual date of the event, is 66 degrees.
Man Injures Himself at DC's L'Enfant Plaza StationAuthorities in Washington say a man has been taken to the hospital after he fell at the L'Enfant Plaza Metro station.
Metro To 'Spring Forward,' Weekend Work Will Affect All LinesMetro track work on the red, orange, green, yellow and blue lines will affect weekend riders.
Exodus of Inaugural Watchers Jams MetroCrowded subway stations and a disabled train caused major headaches Monday for thousands of rail riders trying to get home from President Barack Obama's second inauguration.