WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington Metrorail Safety Commission, or WMSC, released its 44-page safety audit of WMATA’s Roadway Maintenance Machine Program.
The Washington Metrorail Safety Commission announced via X (formerly Twitter) that it has issued an Audit of Metrorail’s Roadway Maintenance Machine Program.
The 44-page audit can be found here (or via embedded PDF below). It goes into what Washington Metrorail Safety Commission, or WMSC, found during an audit of Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, or WMATA, Metrorail’s roadway maintenance machine inspection. These included “in-depth interviews, site visits, and document and data reviews primarily conducted in January and February 2023.”
This audit includes the “assessment of inspection, maintenance, and engineering practices and procedures, and associated training for purposes of compliance with applicable plans, policies, regulations, and industry best practices.” In addition, there are assessments of corrective action plans that “were issued as part of the Roadway Maintenance Machine Audit that was issued on March 9, 2021.”