The red buses won’t cost riders any green. And Capital Bikeshare will be free to D.C. veterans for a year
Metro and federal transportation officials say they are focused on guaranteeing Metrorail is safe first
The failure to pay a bus or subway fare is set to become a civil offense with a maximum $50 fine
Maryland’s and Virginia’s U.S. senators release a Metro letter with estimates on the shutdown’s impacts
Some residents are asking D.C. to buy the land and preserve the park, even though it failed to last year
The lead sponsor of the legislation, though, says he will seek to override the veto
The project is designed to make the concourse less crowded and brighter
The new policy begins on Monday, Jan. 7
A supermajority votes to lower penalties for jumping turnstiles and boarding buses without paying
But the transit agency opposes the move and critics say it is unclear how civil fines would be enforced
The transit agency says it’s under contract to buy a new building
The project was to transform a parking lot into residences and retail
No need to go over your data plan
Metro officials knew about erroneous fare calculations starting in 2012
The taxes goes into effect on Oct. 1, 2018.
Look at what an archivist at the Vignelli Center for Design Studies found last week
This move is in hopes of finding a potential buyer.
The "Rush Hour Promise" program will be voted on January 25.
See what to expect from the changes made to the District’s Metrorail, buses, and more.
This is still very much in the planning stages, so don’t expect anything set in stone just yet.
What to expect from the changes made to the District’s Metrorail, buses, and more.
All 91 stations are accessible, according to The Guardian.
See what you should know about Metrorail, Metrobus, ride-hailing, and bike-sharing services
With the Metrorail, bus, and streetcar included, coloring in the lines never felt so fun.
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Art in Transit improves the ridership experience by providing a location for artworks.
Maryland’s Purple Line project has had its ups and downs, but it looks like it’s full speed ahead.
WMATA decided to pass thank you notes to every rider for their "support" during these past few tumultuous months.
Months ahead of schedule, WMATA plans on removing every 1000- and 4000-series railcar by July 1.