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Posts Tagged ‘Transportation’
Yes, but don't hold your breath.
It seems unlikely that certain proposed regulations will become law.
Welcome, Paul Wiedefeld!
An inaugural board of six members will consult the company on safety issues across the jurisdictions it serves.
Plus: Details on how Paul Wiedefeld sees Metro's relationship with the feds and the D.C. region.
Metro gets a new boss.
Bookmark this one for those rough Metro commutes.
You can carpool via Lyft starting Nov. 19.
And you don't have to wait as long for a ride there, the company says.
What he'll do to improve the transit agency remains unclear, but here's what he's done in his career so far.
Mark your calendars for Oct. 22, District commuters.
A report finds high-profile incidents have led riders to take fewer trips.
On average, D.C.-area drivers each sit for 82 hours per year on congested roads, edging out commuters in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York,and San Jose.
Proponents of the program hope to eliminate all traffic fatalities and serious injuries in the city by 2024. How they’ll do so remains to be seen.