Broken Rail Causes Significant Delays for Orange LineOrange line passengers experienced 25 delays during Monday morning rush due to a broken rail outside Landover.
Metro Employees Subdue Armed Suspect on TrainTwo Metro employees wrested a gun from a suspect aboard a Green Line train in Washington.
Metro Rider With Service Dog Sparks Change to WMATA PolicyLike many commuters in our region, Ryan Honick commutes on the Metrorail on a daily basis - the only difference being his service dog Pico comes along with him.
Metro Opening Early to Get Riders to Marine Corps MarathonMetro is opening two hours early Sunday to help runners get to the Marine Corps Marathon.
FTA to Take Over Direct Safety Oversight of MetrorailMetrorail safety will be placed under the direct oversight of the Federal Transit Administration in a plan announced late Friday.
Stadium-Armory Service Could be 'Back to Normal' By End of 2015There is a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel for Metro riders on the Silver, Orange and Blue lines.
AAA: With Metro Ridership Down, Traffic is UpWith Metro ridership in a five-year nosedive, experts are warning drivers their commute is about to get a lot longer.
Metro Begins Shift From Paper Fare CardsMetro is beginning its shift away from paper fare cards.
Metro Warns of Blue and Yellow Line DelaysMetro is warning customers planning to travel on the yellow and blue rail lines that their evening commute will be longer than expected.
Metro Report Points to Pattern of Rising Rates, Falling RidershipSome are saying Metro has entered the "death spiral" predicted by former general manager Richard White more than a decade ago.
Metro Says It Will Close 3 Stations This WeekendMetro says three of its rail stations will be closed this weekend for work.
Md. Man Arrested on Child Sex Abuse Charges After Incident on MetroA Maryland man has been arrested on charges of second-degree child sex abuse after police say he exposed himself to a 13-year-old girl on a Metro train.
NTSB Recommends Changing Federal Oversight of MetrorailSafety concerns on Metrorail have prompted the National Transportation Safety Board to recommend shifting oversight to a different federal agency.
Metro Making Further Changes at Station Affected by FireMetro is making some service changes to try to minimize lingering problems from a fire at a power substation last week.
Metro: 5 of 6 Lines to be Affected by Weekend WorkMetro says five of its six lines will be affected by weekend work.