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New Metro Board chair against raising fares

The new Metro Board chairman wants to avoid fare hikes at any point in the near future.

Officials break down hike in serious Metro crime in 2015

A Metro Transit Police review of what the FBI refers to as “Part I” crime data from 2015 finds increased in robberies and aggravated assaults. The report does not specifically address the number of simple assaults, which are categorized as “Part II” crime, but overall…

D.C.’s 16th Street on track to get a bus lane

The 16th Street buses that carry about 21,000 bus commuters on a typical weekday are getting a dedicated transit lane.

Arlington agrees to put $35,000 toward gondola study

The Arlington County Board unanimously agreed Thursday night to help fund a study to determine if a Rosslyn-to-Georgetown gondola alongside the Key Bridge is feasible.

New rules adopted for bus-only lanes coming to Arlington

The rules are out for new bus-only lanes that are coming to Arlington in the spring. On Thursday, the Arlington County Board adopted the rules for the lanes, which are part of the Crystal City Potomac Yard Transitway project.