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A day after the media dubbed “Frankenstorm” pounded the Atlantic seaboard into a soggy mess Metro authorities have announced that they will resume public┬átransportation┬áservice starting at 2PM. According to NBC Washington: Metrorail and Metrobuses will be running on a Sunday schedule starting at 2 p.m. Metro expects to resume normal service schedules, including rush hour […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Metro plans to curtail its expensive-to-operate transit alternative for the elderly and disabled just as ridership for the service is projected to grow 50 percent over the next four years. The agency has proposed the changes as part of an effort to cover a $190 million gap in its operating budget […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Council member Yvette Alexander (D-Ward 7) is raising concerns about what she sees as the poor response of the Metropolitan Police Department after a man pulled a gun on her Wednesday afternoon as she tried to help a MetroAccess driver who was being robbed. Alexander was leaving home and was in […]