It wasn't supposed to go this way. Not even close.
Author Archive for Aaron Wiener
Muriel Bowser yanks $50 million in school renovation funding. [Post]
Court rejects appeal, allowing Capitol Hill's Hine School development to proceed. [Hill Now]
Coming to Columbia Heights: a big residential project with a great view. [UrbanTurf]
Phil Mendelson wants harsher penalties for distracted driving. [WashCycle]
The suburbs aren't dying (or thriving). [CityLab]
On the D.C. region's infrastructure gap [Post]
The world's [...]
Who's at fault for the communication breakdown during the Jan. 12 Yellow Line incident? Depends who you ask.
The second-biggest development planned for Congress Heights could get derailed.
Redfin predicts D.C.'s hottest neighborhood for housing.
An ex-planning chief calls the Navy Yard revival "one of the most remarkable urban transformations in the United States."
The lawyer filing the suits used to work for Metro. Now she won't ride it anymore.
“I can sum it up in one word: abandonment.”
Ten maps that depict life, transportation, and problems in the District.
Preservation concerns could mean a more limited redesign.