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DDOT to Retime Hundreds of Traffic Signals

D.C. is tweaking the timing on hundreds of red lights to improve the flow of traffic. News4’s Mark Segraves reports.

Feds find Metro safety slip-ups, crumbling concrete, broken power-cutoff buttons

Emergency power cut-offs that were not working, slip-ups with new safety rules and a disclosure that some significant concrete work may be shoddy are among the new details in the latest series of federal reports on Metro.

Three years after opening, the Silver Line struggles to attract riders

Three years after its splashy opening, the first phase of Metro’s Silver Line has met with mixed success, fueling an unprecedented building boom in areas adjacent to its five new stations but struggling to attract riders.

Now In Circulation: D.C. Rolls Out New Buses To Improve Commuting And The Environment

Twenty six new fire-truck red D.C. Circulator buses entered service on Tuesday, the first of 40 buses that will replace the most decrepit vehicles in the District’s fleet. Many of those date from model years 2003 and 2004.

Frequent bus breakdowns take toll on D.C. Circulator service

The D.C. Circulator has been struggling with frequent breakdowns of buses, resulting in interrupted service and long waits for passengers.