Posts Tagged ‘department of transportation’

In Wake of Problems, Metro May Get New Oversight

"The safety management by [Metro] and safety oversight by the Tri-State Oversight Committee are unacceptable."

Sinkhole Closes Streets Downtown

Just two months after a sinkhole closed a street in Adams Morgan, another has appeared in Washington. This time, it could have a big effect on afternoon rush hour.
The sinkhole at the intersection of 14th and F streets NW has resulted in the closure of portions of both street, with 14th Street traffic diverted to [...]

Internet Commenters Not Insightful Enough for D.C. Gov

Sorry, City Paper commenters: your shot at the big time has come and gone. Earlier this week, the D.C. government announced the first round of grades from, which scans reviews and social media to see how the city's departments are doing. Comments on Loose Lips—along with DCist, the Post's District of DeBonis, and a [...]

Ads Coming to Bikeshare

Good news for libertarians who think Capital Bikeshare relies too much government money: The District's Department of Transportation is looking for a company to sell ads at the District's Bikeshare stops.
The ads will go on the map panels at 128 of the stations in the District (the other four are on Park Service property). According [...]