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Metro Experiencing Problems Day After Derailment

Metro service delays are continuing Friday morning, a day after a train derailed at the Smithsonian station and caused a major headache during morning rush.


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Service Resumes Nearly 9 Hours After Metro Derailment

Metro says limited service has resumed nearly nine hours after a train derailed in downtown Washington, snarling the morning commute.


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Asbestos Reported in Metro’s Oldest Railcars

New documents show that the oldest cars in Metro’s fleet, the 1000-series, contain asbestos.


Metro says that operations ran smoothly during the first weekday operations for the Silver Line. (Heather Curtis/All- News 99.1 WNEW)

Silver Line Falls 30 Percent Short on Projected Ridership

One year after its debut, ridership on the Metro’s Silver Line through Tysons Corner is 30 percent below projections.


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Police Seek Person of Interest in Assault on Metro Transit Officer

The Metro Transit Police Department asking for the public’s help in identifying person of interest in connection with an assault on a Metro Transit police officer.


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Metro Train Hits Power Line on Tracks in Bethesda

Metro officials say a train hit something on the tracks between two stations in Bethesda.


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Man Who Missed Stop, Pulled Emergency Release Contributed to Tuesday Green Line Delays

A man pulled a train’s emergency release after apparently missing his stop on Metro’s Green Line Tuesday.


New York City Prepares For 10th Anniversary Of September 11 Attacks

Leaders Try to Lure Millennials, Big Businesses to Prince George’s Co.

The area surrounding five Prince George’s County Metro stations is about to undergo a major transformation.


Eastbound Leesburg Pike streetscape installation at Spring Hill Station. (credit: Stephen Barna, DCMP)

Cracks Creating Problems For Phase 2 of Silver Line

As Metro approaches the first anniversary of the opening of the Silver Line, crews are busy investigating a potential structural problem with the second phase of the project.


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Metro Taking ‘Administrative Action’ After Video Shows Employee Involved in Confrontation

Metro says it is taking “appropriate administrative action” after a man claims a station manager assaulted him while he was with his 4-year-old daughter.