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The Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) is pleased to again participate in Try Transit Week and Car Free Day – two events that encourage people to find alternatives to driving solo and award prizes for pledging to do so!
It’s true. Thirteen years ago, the county Board of Supervisors adopted a Bicycle and Pedestrian Mobility Master Plan that lays out a safe, comprehensive network of bikeways throughout the county. Since then, little visible movement on it has been made.
While the upcoming work still begins with a Red Line shutdown between Fort Totten and NoMa-Gallaudet, that work has now been extended beyond the originally planned 23 days. It now begins Oct. 29 and runs through Nov. 22
Metro’s next surge is going to be long- and likely painful — for users of the Orange Line’s western end.
The phenomenon of congested D.C. roadways and frustrated drivers has now stretched into a month long commuting headache for many. Welcome to the “September surge.”