Like the control tower at the airport, Metro has control centers that tell trains where to go. On Aug. 22, Metro made an addition that will spread out the workload and make the system safer and more reliable.
Not quite “back to normal,” but closer: Metrorail projects continue as the agency restores most service
As Labor Day approaches, Metro riders can expect a lot of service changes, updates, and improvements. Here's what we know so far.
Most but not all of Metro's proposed cuts to bus service are off the table, under a draft budget proposal the WMATA Board will vote on Thursday. So is an extra charge for riders using cash on buses, which advocates had opposed. Unfortunately, a plan to make transfers between buses and trains free was a casualty of the budget process.