Pr. George’s County to pay Metro board member up to $75,000


The Prince George’s County Council has approved the nomination of a Howard University senior vice...

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Metro launched an online survey


Metro launched an online survey, available in English and Spanish, to gather public input on options...

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Metro Riders Find Issues Adding Funds on SmarTrip Cards


By BOB BARNARD/myfoxdc WASHINGTON - When Metro got rid of paper bus transfers in January, the D.C....

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A reckless plan to put a Metro station underground at Dulles


WOULD YOU PAY $330 million to shave 2 minutes and 40 seconds off your trip to the airport? Or would...

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Pr. George’s County to pay Metro board member up to $75,000
May 19, 2011

The Prince George’s County Council has approved the nomination of a Howard University senior vice president to serve...
Metro launched an online survey
May 18, 2011

Metro launched an online survey, available in English and Spanish, to gather public input on options to balance the transit...
Metro Riders Find Issues Adding Funds on SmarTrip Cards
May 18, 2011

By BOB BARNARD/myfoxdc WASHINGTON - When Metro got rid of paper bus transfers in January, the D.C. area's transit...
A reckless plan to put a Metro station underground at Dulles
April 21, 2011

WOULD YOU PAY $330 million to shave 2 minutes and 40 seconds off your trip to the airport? Or would you pocket that money...