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WMATA to study 3 rail lines to address region's future needs

Rail| June 18, 2019

The first phase of the study will assess key issues and trends and document why improvements to the lines are necessary.

Kapoor joins HDR as sr. program manager

Management & Operations| June 12, 2019

He will oversee the planning and design of clients’ transit programs, facilities, and systems, and will serve as a senior program manager for major transit projects.

Technology| May 30, 2019

Tech Trends: Digital signage advances bring cost, energy savings

Solutions deliver real-time updates that are important to a rider’s journey, including rider alerts and next-bus information.

Technology| May 2, 2019

Wireless service now available on two-thirds of WMATA's tunnels

With the completion of the latest segment, wireless voice and data service is now available on tunnel portions of all six Metrorail lines.

Management & Operations| April 23, 2019

WMATA launches plan to cut energy use, boost cost savings

The five-year initiative is a commitment by the agency to invest $65 million from its capital budget by 2025.

Management & Operations| April 17, 2019

WMATA joins Greater Washington Smart Region Movement

The agnecy and the Board of Trade signed an agreement whereby they will work together to help move critical digital projects forward in the region.

Rail| April 15, 2019

Senators threaten to withhold WMATA funds if it selects Chinese railcars

CRRC is actively pursuing a WMATA contract likely to exceed $1 billion to build up to 800 of its new 8000-series railcars.

Security and Safety | April 9, 2019

D.C. Metro campaign aims to 'STOP' harassment

The ads empower riders to report and intervene if they witness or experience an incident of harassment.

Management & Operations| April 2, 2019

WMATA puts downtown headquarters site on the market

The agency purchased an existing building near L'Enfant Plaza for its new DC headquarters.

Bus| March 28, 2019

'Bus Only' traffic signals coming to 6 D.C. intersections

The technology, known as "queue jump," is part of a package of improvements designed to speed bus trips and keep service on time.

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