D.C. Metro officials are now accepting public comment on a proposal to raise fares and reduce services.
District of Columbia lawmakers will examine how prepared the city is for emergencies on the subway system in the wake of a fatal accident last month.
Federal authorities say they will conduct a safety inspection of Washington’s subway system following a fatal accident last month.
Metro Deputy General Manager Rob Troup ordered a range of early-action safety items on Thursday.
Members of Congress briefed on a fatal accident on Washington’s subway last week say the system’s ventilation fans didn’t work properly and that smoke was drawn into the stricken train.
A week after its first fatal accident in five years, Washington’s Metro subway system is considering raising fares and reducing the frequency of trains.
In many ways, Carol Glover was like hundreds of thousands of Washington-area commuters who ride the nation’s second-busiest rail system.
The D.C. law firm Cohen & Cohen says it is representing injured victims of this week’s deadly Metro incident that filled L’Enfant Plaza and a Yellow Line train with smoke.
Metro will keep trains running two hours later than normal for New Year’s Eve.
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