Today's Read: Metro Chief Faces Challenge
The Metro board is likely to discuss the contract of General Manager John B. Catoe Jr. at its regular meeting today, Lena H. Sun writes in today's Post. He has solid support, but after months of turmoil in the rail system, some angry riders are calling for his resignation.
Columnist Robert McCartney shares his experiences with Car-Free Day.
Metro transit police officers have arrested more than 260 juveniles this year on offenses including robberies and assaults. (Yamiche Alcindor)
Chevy Chase will wait two years, or until more detailed design work is finished, before deciding whether to file a lawsuit against the Purple Line transitway project. (Katherine Shaver)
Drivers using the Intercounty Connector could pay toll rates of up to 35 cents per mile during peak commuting times. (Katherine Shaver)
September 24, 2009; 6:53 AM ET
Categories: Commuting , Metro , Transportation Politics , transit | Tags: Dr. Gridlock, Today's Read
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