Federal Officials Order Washington Metro to Address SafetyFederal officials have issued a directive ordering the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to fix more than 200 lingering safety issues in the district's transit system.
Metro Service Changes For Wreaths Across AmericaMetro riders should expect crowding and possible delays on Saturday for the annual Wreaths Across America event at Arlington National Cemetery.
Metro: Vending Machines No Longer Dispensing Paper TicketsMetro officials say the last paper ticket for the rail and bus system has been sold.
You Have to Hear This Jazz Song About Metro Escalator EtiquetteOn Metro escalators, you're supposed to stand on the right, and walk on the left.
Metro: Weekend Work Will Affect All 6 Rail LinesMetro says weekend work will affect all six of its rail lines.
Metro: Man Hit, Killed by Metro Train May Have FallenOfficials say a man struck and killed by a Metro train in Maryland may have fallen from the platform.
Metro Officially Approves New General ManagerMetro's Board of Directors unanimously approved Paul Widefeld as the agency's new general manager and CEO Thursday.
Passengers to Wait Longer for Weekend Trains on 3 LinesMetro says passengers traveling on three of its rail lines will wait longer for trains this weekend.
Metro Transit Police Increase Presence After Paris AttacksAs reports of threats to the nation's capital circulate, the man in charge of securing the biggest soft target in the region says his agency is ready.
Off-Duty Officer Shoots Man at Union StationAn off-duty police officer from Maryland shot a man with a knife in Union Station on Saturday, police say.
Metro Hires Paul Wiedefeld as GM, Ending Long SearchMetro's long search for a new general manager is over.
Metro to Resume Service at Station Affected by FireMetro says orange and silver line trains will soon begin stopping again at a station in Washington where a fire destroyed a power substation.
Metro Goes Back to the Drawing Board in Search for New GMMetro will continue to look for a new general manager after WMATA and job candidate Neal Cohen mutually agreed to remove his name from consideration.
Report: Metro to Name New General ManagerAfter nearly a year it looks like Metro is finally ready to fill the most important job at the agency.
Federal Agency Officially Takes on Safety Oversight of Metrohe Federal Transit Administration is now officially responsible for overseeing Metrorail safety issues.