WASHINGTON — Reports Tuesday that the nation of Qatar will pay for an extra hour of Metro service after Thursday night’s Capitals playoff game might have been a bit premature.
That deal is now in doubt, and Metro Board Chariman Jack Evans is pleading for another moneyed party to do their “civic duty” and provide the $100,000 that will keep trains running later.
“I need somebody in this region to step up,” Evans said regarding added late-night service. That would also apply to Monday’s Game 6 at Capital One Arena — and, hopefully,…
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