Topic : Jack Requa

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New D.C. Metro chief makes key appointments

Rail| January 13, 2016

Metro GM Paul J. Wiedefeld appointed former interim chief Jack Requa to a newly created position and rehired a former assistant as special adviser.

FTA advances WMATA Metrorail safety oversight measures

Government Issues| October 27, 2015

Specifically, FTA will ensure and verify that WMATA implements the 78 corrective actions related to Metrorail as well as the more than 200 other corrective actions previously approved by the TOC, but still unfulfilled by WMATA, some dating as far back as 2008.

Management & Operations| July 9, 2015

D.C. Metro to resume executive search for GM/CEO

The board abruptly halted its search for a GM in March amid tensions among members over what kind of chief executive was needed to lead the troubled transit agency.

Rail| April 1, 2015

D.C. Metro to introduce new 7000-Series railcars in April

The introduction of the first new train will be the most significant milestone to date for a project that has spanned nearly five years from approval and funding, through design and engineering, to testing and certification.

Security and Safety | March 27, 2015

D.C. Metro videos show safety preparedness for smoke, fire on train

The 60-second videos, available in English and Spanish, will be aired on local television stations as Public Service Announcements. In addition, Metro has purchased paid advertising time to maximize awareness. The ads will begin airing next week.

Rail| March 27, 2015

D.C. Metrorail Safety Instructions For Smoke, Fire Emergency

D.C. Metro unveiled new safety preparedness videos to show riders what they should do in the event of an emergency involving smoke or fire on a train or in a station. The 60-second videos, available in English and Spanish, will be aired on local television stations as Public Service Announcements. In addition, Metro has purchased paid advertising time to maximize awareness. The ads will begin airing next week.

Management & Operations| January 9, 2015

D.C. Metro appoints Requa to interim GM/CEO post

The agency's board also commended the extraordinary service of current GM/CEO Richard Sarles to Metro since 2010.

Management & Operations| January 8, 2015

D.C. Metro expected to appoint Jack Requa interim GM

Requa, who has been Metro's assistant GM, bus services since 2010, has held the job on an interim basis before in 2006 when interim GM Dan Tangherlini left to become D.C. city administrator in the Adrian Fenty administration.

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