Metro is inviting the public to comment on its proposed Fiscal Year 2020 budget, which is committed to delivering better service and value to riders while controlling costs and identifying efficiencies.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Office of Inspector General today announced sentencing of two former employees who were arrested in December in a timekeeping scheme.
This morning at the Capital Area Food Bank, Metro General Manager and Chief Executive Officer Paul J. Wiedefeld was joined by more than 100 Metro employees to deliver a Metrobus full of food donated by Metro employees.
Metro today announced that eight surplus properties are up for sale in Maryland, Virginia and the District with potential for commercial, residential and/or mixed-use development.
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