Our departing Housing Complex reporter shares his not-so-modest proposals for a better D.C.
Posts Tagged ‘Metro’
Nine months after picking a team to buy and develop a swath of land it owns near the Brookland Metro station, Metro is seeking to cash in on more of its land holdings in the neighborhood.
A once-arcane term is now a regular part of the Metro lexicon.
"Design modifications" mean another 13 months of delays.
Hint: They're not on the Green Line.
The 7000-series cars premiere tomorrow.
In fact, it happened again today.
Get ready for wider aisles and enhanced digital displays.
But anecdotal evidence suggests otherwise.
The site failed to attract developer interest a year ago.