The board that oversees the metropolitan Washington region's Metrorail system is taking advantage of decreased ridership by greatly expanding a series of planned maintenance closures over the summer.
The D.C. City Council has voted to try and force out a member found to have repeatedly violated ethics rules.
Members of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority board want to make future ethics investigations public after the secrecy surrounding one this summer was widely criticized and culminated in two resignations.
WASHINGTON — Washington’s Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is asking Maryland to release over $50 million the state has withheld for a month amid ongoing funding disputes. The Washington Post reports Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld recently sent a letter to Maryland officials requesting funds be released immediately, warning Metro’s credit rating could take a hit. Maryland [...]
Maryland's transportation secretary says the state will withhold about $55.6 million in capital funds from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority due to a lack of transparency about how state money is being used.
Federal agents have searched the home of the chair of the Washington, D.C., transit authority, days after he announced his resignation over an ethics violation.
The chair of the Washington, D.C., transit authority has announced his resignation hours after a legal memo became public and verified that he violated board ethics.
The governors of Virginia and Maryland and the mayor of Washington, D.C., want Virginia transit officials to release the findings of an ethics investigation into their board chairman.
Virginia is asking Washington, D.C., transit officials to release the findings of a recent ethics investigation into their board chairman.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has called for the chair of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to resign from the board, calling him "ethically compromised."
The general manager of Washington's troubled Metro system has received a nearly 10 percent raise, over objections from agency workers.
A 4-year-old boy playing a game with his father on a Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority train spied with his little eye an error.