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Would you pay more for better transportation technology? Eight in 10 people surveyed in D.C., New York and Los Angeles say they'd pay more for technology, if it meant shorter lines.
Metro General Manager Richard Sarles said Thursday he thinks Metro could assume control of the Silver Spring Transit Center but he wants to address the potential extra costs of maintaining a building that has substantial structural flaws.
Mom's house, prom night and a commencement at Howard University will be among this weekend's top travel destinations.
The latest change in the plan for a light rail line across Montgomery and Prince George's counties would narrow University Boulevard from six lanes to four along part of the route in the Langley Park area.
Metro says it's closing part of the red and green lines for weekend work.
A deal's a deal, except when there's an over-budget, overdue transit center with safety problems.
During the playoffs, Caps fans can Rock the Red right up to the buzzer without having to worry about whether they can take the subway home.