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"The deployment will continue until the threat of snow has passed," according to the District.
Though comments at a public meeting this weekend were civil, no plan immediately emerged as the favorite.
Ward 3's Mary Cheh, who chairs the D.C. Council's Committee on Transportation and the Environment, talks snow prep.
Get ready for more shade thrown
The District today published its "action plan" for achieving zero traffic fatalities and serious injuries by 2024.
No streetcar for you (this year)!
A bus reportedly swerved to avoid hitting a vehicle and instead dinged a streetcar.
Metro says the new buses will improve efficiency on busy routes as well as driver safety.
Get ready for Pope-mageddon 2015.
Bowser: “We are ready. We have safety measures in place. And we are prepared to manage through any impacts on local transportation and services.”
The downtown sinkhole at 14th and F streets NW is entering its second day of causing rush-hour havoc, and it's still not clear when it will be closed again.
"It is a very complex situation out there," says DC Water spokeswoman Pamela Mooring, who says she doesn't have an estimate on when it will be fixed. [...]
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 [...]
In the not-really-news-but-still-sorta-interesting department, City Desk gets results! You may recall that I've been closely following the saga of some signs around Dupont Circle that have pointed drivers in the direction of Route 29, a U.S. highway connecting the Baltimore area with Pensacola, Fla. The problem is, as I first pointed out more than five [...]
If you've ever made your way through Dupont Circle on foot or via some sort of wheeled transportation, you might have spotted signs for Route 29, a U.S. highway that connects the Baltimore area with Pensacola, Fla. But there's a problem: Route 29 doesn't go through Dupont Circle!
It hasn't for years. But the Route 29 [...]