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Boston and Worcester Drivers Best D.C. as the Worst

The good news: D.C. doesn’t have the worst drivers in the country. The bad news: We’re pretty darn close to having the worst drivers in the country.  

8 things to start your Wednesday, and how Uber is slashing its prices in D.C.

In another shot across the bow of D.C. cab drivers, Uber has cuts its ride-sharing prices by some 15 percent, down to $2 base vs. cab fares base at $3.50, according to WAMU.  

D.C. already issuing $100 fines, towing cars to make way for streetcars

The D.C. streetcar line is still months from carrying its first passengers down H Street, but the city’s parking authority hasn’t held back when issuing tickets to those who get in its way.

Metroway, the region’s first bus rapid transit, to debut in Northern Virginia

The new bus traveled along Jefferson Davis Highway last week free of traffic jams, delays and cars crisscrossing around it. Freshly painted, the Metro bus, a 42-BRT, traveled its first miles on a route in Alexandria and Arlington, using a lane separate from the regular…

College Park business owners, residents oppose possible road expansion

City Council votes to develop objectives for feasibility study. Despite repeated pleas from residents and business owners who worry that a possible expansion of Hollywood Road would disturb their quality of life and livelihoods…