A memorial honoring the nine people killed in the 2009 crash on Metro’s red line is opening.
Metro’s police department is warning riders after a series of iPhone robberies on the orange, silver and blue lines.
The National Transportation Safety Board has set its final agenda for a two-day hearing on a deadly electrical malfunction on the Metro in Washington where a train inside a tunnel filled with smoke.
It’s been a disruptive part of weekends on Metro for years now, and single tracking may start happening during the week, too.
Federal transit officials are ordering the inspection of ventilation systems in train tunnels nationwide after an electrical malfunction filled a Metro train inside a D.C. tunnel with smoke, leading to a passenger’s death.
Members of Congress from the Washington area say they’re troubled that the Metro subway system isn’t doing enough to ensure that passengers are safe following a fatal malfunction in January.
Metrorail trains are delayed on the Red Line during Monday morning rush after reports of smoke caused by another arcing insulator.
An arrest has been made in the brutal beating of a passenger on Metro’s Green Line on Sunday.
Earlier this week the NTSB handed down another safety recommendation, and the result is a long, hot and crowded summer on Metro.
Metro has temporarily removed all of its 4000-series railcars from service for safety inspections out of an abundance of caution, WMATA announced Wednesday.