Open data expands for the transit agency.
Outdoor canopies are still planned for some station entrances.
The city is also expanding the hours that the lanes will be in effect.
Base rail fares would rise 10 cents during peak times and trains would run later.
They won the fight! Now it’s time to party
The Washington Nationals come home Friday for the third game of the series.
The annual race will take over much of the National Mall and the Potomac riverfront.
The Orange, Blue, and Silver lines are experiencing slower service today.
Metro is asking for feedback on its proposals.
The rail system will accept passengers for 20 minutes after the games end.
About three in five residents drive to work by themselves, a new survey finds.
The city will launch the design process for the project this month.
Six stations on the Blue and Yellow lines have reopened with upgrades
The event will occur during a week of expected climate action in the District.
The project at the Dupont Circle and Farragut North stops has taken years.
The transit agency had expected repair work to be finished in mid-August.
The stops are located in Virginia, south of Reagan National Airport
The median rent for transit-accessible one-bedroom homes increased 2.4 percent
The move follows about half a dozen erroneous automatic door closings
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The change is expected to make Red Line rides a bit faster
The study is expected to last for two years
The SummerSet DC Music series features a variety of artists
Washington officials will run the pilot program through September in a bid to get more people to take the bus.
The shutdown is scheduled to last for 15 weeks on the Yellow and Blue lines
The transit agency is offering to sell the land to the District for more than $2 million
It would come on top of—and partly because of—new money from D.C., Virginia, and Maryland.
The transit agency says it will put $65 million toward a myriad of sustainability efforts by 2025
The canopy is expected to be completed by early 2020, the transit authority says
The transit agency says it is prepared to vacate the Penn Quarter property by 2023
In the cards: free D.C. Circulator rides for the foreseeable future and more affordable housing dollars
The transit agency says it plans to take a weekend maintenance break for the next four weekends
The transit agency is asking for firms that could offer on-demand transportation to overnight workers