Metro is Getting Safer: A Message from Metro Interim General Manager Jack Requa
"Since the January 12th incident at L'Enfant Plaza, we have started installing new signage on all railcars to help first responders identify emergency doors and get inside to passengers as quickly as possible. Metro train operators can now operate the air intake systems on their railcars without waiting for direction, and employees at our Rail Operations Control Center have received new instructions on emergency procedures."
Practical how-to guides instructing Metro customers and area residents in emergency preparedness. Learn more ›
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|Frequently Asked Questions
Metro has identified the most common rider safety and security questions.
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