Metro general manager Paul Wiedefeld conceded he should have reached out to federal oversight officials before unveiling a tentative schedule for a massive rail reconstruction program starting next month, saying his management style is sometimes impatient.
Will Metro have to raise fairs for the major track work that's coming? And would lowering fares actually be the way to boost revenue? In our latest What's With Washington story, we pose reader questions to Metro board chairman Jack Evans.
The nation’s top transportation official says he almost ordered a shutdown of the D.C. region’s subway system after inspectors were denied access to the tracks following an explosion May 5 at Federal Center Southwest.
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