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March 26, 2014

MV names sr. VP for contract management

John Catoe has served as a consultant and transit subject matter expect to the company for more than three years and built a distinguished career in the transit industry that spanned more than three decades.


January 5, 2011

Next D.C. Metro chief may not have transit background

Agency is emphasizing innovation and the ability to change company culture in its next leader, and will interview three finalists next week. Since John Catoe’s resignation last April, the agency has not had a permanent general manager.


March 3, 2010

Ex-NJ Transit chief to serve as D.C. Metro's interim GM

As Executive Director of New Jersey Transit from 2007 to 2010, Richard Sarles opened the River LINE light rail service in southern New Jersey, and oversaw the extension of both the Newark Light Rail and Hudson Bergen Light Rail services.


January 14, 2010

D.C. Metro’s Catoe to retire

General Manager John Catoe is leaving the agency after three years. His last day will be April 2.


December 17, 2009

D.C. Metro GM addresses safety

Catoe made a statement to the board of directors at the start of Metro's Customer Service, Operations and Safety Committee meeting on Thursday.


December 1, 2009

D.C. Metro briefs safety groups on rail yard accident

Operator of train 902 has been a Metro employee since May 2007 and a train operator since November 2008. He is currently on paid administrative leave.


November 12, 2009

NTSB to hold public hearing on D.C. crash

The purpose of the hearing will be to gather additional factual information for the investigation.


August 19, 2009

D.C. Metro adopts stricter hiring standards

To include disqualification for moving violations within last three years, driver’s license revocations or suspensions and any occurrence of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.


August 6, 2009

WMATA receives $9.5M anti-terrorism funding

Metro will use the grant to establish, equip and train five, four-person anti-terrorism teams whose activities focus on terrorism prevention.


July 10, 2009

D.C. Metro to prohibit cell phone use, texting

Officials will spend the next few days finalizing the language for its policy and notifying employees that the “three strikes” disciplinary policy that had been in place is a thing of the past.


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