Today's Read: A Weekend of Transportation Stories
This is "In Case You Missed it Monday." Here are the transportation stories and columns that appeared in The Post over the weekend.
Moving Older Rail Cars: It was a big deal to redistribute all the old 1000 Series rail cars after the June 22 Red Line crash so that they would be in the middle of the trains. But it wasn't clear this would make riders any safer, and it still isn't, as Joe Stephens and Lena H. Sun wrote on Sunday.
Pricey Trip On ICC: At its high end, the per-mile toll rate proposed for the Intercounty Connector would be among the nation's highest. (Katherine Shaver)
Trapped in Station: A handful of Metrorail passengers found themselves trapped inside Van Dorn Station in Alexandria early Friday morning as they waited for Metro Transit Police to unlock the exit.
Blogger Takes on Transit: Mr. Unsuck specializes in day-to-day annoyances, including train delays, unsafe bus turns and broken Farecard machines. (Robert McCartney)
Dr. Gridlock: In my Sunday column, a reader and I discuss what we should do to ease traffic congestion. (Robert Thomson)
September 28, 2009; 9:11 AM ET
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