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05/13/20   |   By

Following 2015 Metro Accident: Little Progress on Safety Recommendations

  A recent article in the Washington Post summarizes the lack of urgency by WMATA to address and remedy safety concerns that continue with Metro operations and endanger passengers. After the […]

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02/23/20   |   By

Are Pedestrian Accidents on the Rise in the DC Area?

Pedestrians here in the DC area are keeping an eye over their shoulder as they are walking along the streets of our communities. Local crashes are leaving a string of […]

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06/11/19   |   By

Summer 2019 Metro Closures Highlight Traffic Dangers

This summer, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), is shutting down six Metro stations on the blue and yellow lines south of Ronald Reagan National Airport. These stations include Braddock […]

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05/22/19   |   By

Metro Removes and Subsequently Reinstates 3000-Series Cars

On Tuesday, the Washington Metro Area Transit Authority (“Metro”) took all of its 3000-series cars out of service after receiving a report that a car door had slid open on […]

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01/31/18   |   By

DC Metro Train Derails on the Red Line

A Red Line train carrying 63 people derailed between the Metro Center and Farragut North stations. DC Metro (WMATA) officials said the train was one of the new 7000-series that […]

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07/18/16   |   By

How to Reduce Your Safety Risk on the Washington D.C. Metro

Do you ride the Washington, DC metro? Here is a list of ways that you can reduce risk to your safety.

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07/14/16   |   By

D.C. Metro Riders Should Expect Long-Term Delays and Shutdowns Due to Massive Repairs

Metro riders should expect shutdowns and long-term delays due to scheduled improvements and repairs.

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