Thesaurus / transit
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While transit officials have spent the past six years reprioritizing safety over expansion and performance, Metro estimates it’s still about $5 billion behind where it should be.
METRO BOARD EXPRESSES WARINESS OVER INCREASED DEBT BUT GIVES TENTATIVE APPROVALJUSTIN GEORGEFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The transit system also will run more Yellow Line trains from Franconia-Springfield to Mount Vernon Square, Metro said.
TWO BLUE LINE METRO STATIONS TO CLOSE THROUGH LATE MAY FOR PLATFORM WORKJUSTIN GEORGEFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
As of last June, it had 64 code compliance inspectors employed by MTS who issue citations for transit system and quality-of-life violations, and about 140 private security guards who could not write tickets.
MTS REVIEW RECOMMENDS CHANGES, BUT STOPS SHORT OF SWEEPING ASSESSMENTSLISA HALVERSTADTFEBRUARY 5, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Hart said Alexandria will have the capacity to drive all students who have said they want to return for in-person learning — but she still urged parents who can do so to pursue other methods of transit.
ALEXANDRIA CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS SETS DATE FOR REOPENING; ARLINGTON REFUSES TO FOLLOW SUITHANNAH NATANSONFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
States, in turn, could make those funds available to cash-strapped cities, counties and transit systems.
BATTLE OVER $1.9 TRILLION COVID RELIEF PACKAGE IS AS MUCH ABOUT POLITICAL OPTICS AS ECONOMIC NECESSITYSTEVEN PEARLSTEINFEBRUARY 3, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I’m lucky to be able to go back, because my family and I do not have high-risk factors and I don’t rely on crowded public transit to get to school.
TEACHER: WHAT AMERICANS KEEP GETTING WRONG ABOUT OUR UNIONS DURING THE PANDEMICVALERIE STRAUSSFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The transit agency’s board last week heard comments from riders who urged Metro to do more to enforce its policy.
TRANSPORTATION AGENCIES WRESTLE WITH NEW FEDERAL MASK MANDATELUZ LAZO, LORI ARATANI, JUSTIN GEORGEFEBRUARY 2, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Meatpacking workers, grocery store employees, teachers and public transit workers were bumped lower in line.
ESSENTIAL WORKERS GET LOST IN THE VACCINE SCRUM AS STATES PRIORITIZE THE ELDERLYLENA H. SUN, ISAAC STANLEY-BECKER, AKILAH JOHNSONFEBRUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Violence against transit operators needs to stop immediately.
MOBILITY VAN DRIVER FATALLY GUNNED DOWN WHILE WORKING IN BALTIMORESAMANTHA SCHMIDTJANUARY 30, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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