- 95 Express Lanes Signage to begin Unveiling in Coming Weeks
- The Klingle wars are over: Trail to replace stretch of Klingle Road
- DDOT readies replacement of 16th Street bridge, delays likely
- Metro warns of major weekend Red Line station closures in 2016
- 95 Express Lanes To Open As Early As December
- 11th Street Bridge Project Inspires Hope At Both Ends
- A Metro Center entrance will close for escalator replacement (for 29 Weeks)
- Intersection of Doom’ Getting Interim Safety Upgrades
Employees at Poist Gas Co. on Main Street in Laurel say Sept. 10 was not a pleasant day. Three people who work at the business each received a parking ticket for $25. The gas company employees said they were aware of the city’s two-hour parking…
While the D.C. council just passed legislation to regulate ridesharing services like Uber, their colleagues in neighboring Montgomery County are just starting to look at their options. The majority of council members say they want new regulations to bring traditional taxi cabs to the level…
Uber won. The loud protests of Teamsters-backed cab drivers failed to prevent the result of months of private deliberations among D.C. legislators, regulators, union leaders and representatives of the tech companies whose apps are revolutionizing personal transport in the District.
The number of bicyclists killed in crashes with automobiles nationwide increased 16 percent between 2010 and 2012, according to a report released today by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), a group that represents states’ highway safety offices.
For 15 years, more and more people rode Metro. Ridership increased an average of 3 percent annually, going from 150 million trips in 1996 to almost 225 million trips in 2009, according to the agency.