Metro Upgrades

The Alliance supports WMATA’s initiative to upgrade to 8-car trains as the greatest immediate improvement to improve Metrorail core capacity. Additionally, the Alliance supports the long-term maintenance/operations/reliability/core capacity improvements and upgrades needed for Metrorail’s long-tern sustainability and reliability.

At Last “No More Band-Aids”

May 17, 2016 in: Metro

For years Metro General Managers have beaten the drum warning of dire days ahead unless significant new resources were invested in rebuilding the system. And for years the drum beat coming back from WMATA Boards and area elected officials was – “Expand, Expand, Expand — do the best you can with maintenance, and, don’t cut […]


Moving Metro Forward

March 22, 2016 in: MetroTransit

After being on the job several months new WMATA General Manager Paul Wiedefeld says he found the system in worse shape than he original thought.  Last week’s electrical fire and cable problems confirmed his findings and the 29 hour system-wide shut down inspection underscored his resolve to put public safety first and fix the system.  […]


HB 1999

February 11, 2015 in: 2015 General AssemblyTransit

Creates the Prince William County Metrorail Improvement District to provide a means of financing an extension of commuter rail service from Fairfax County into Prince William County.

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