There's a whole new world under that rock.
Metro’s “SafeTrack” maintenance surge moved into its sixth phase on Monday, with single-tracking and delays hitting its busy Red Line. The adjustments may be a headache for commuters, but a derailment last week near the East Falls Church station highlights the need for good upkeep on the system’s tracks. But with Metro leaders discussing putting late-night weekend service on the chopping block for good, just how much maintenance work can Metro consumers handle? We discuss how Metro is handling its rehab work with WMATA Board Chair Jack Evans.
- Jack Evans Member, D.C. Council (D-Ward 2); Chairman of the Committee on Finance and Revenue
Most Recent Shows
Public health experts say wearing a mask will reduce the spread of the coronavirus and prevent more people from getting sick. So, why are masks so hotly debated? Dr. Leana Wen joins us to discuss.
Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld talks about the future of WMATA and what reopening will look like. And D.C. Councilmember Vincent Gray walks us through city budget and gives us an update on building a hospital east of the Anacostia River.
With policies and programs ending that were helping tenants, are we heading toward an avalanche of evictions in the D.C. region?