Officials say the Metro Center station will be closed this weekend to allow for sign and lighting upgrades.
An ad promoting Metro's commitment to improvement at Metro Center depicts one woman lamenting her companion's talk of bus reliability by asking if they can talk about shoes.
A man in a motorized wheelchair who fell onto Metro tracks on July 4th at Metro Center was rescued by several good Samaritans.
The rush-hour train pattern will debut on June 18, and Metro is pulling out every trick in the books to get people to notice.
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