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By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterThe District’s first stretch of streetcar finally began running a few months ago along H Street NE, following years of delays spread over several mayoral...
By Brady HoltCurrent Staff WriterTraffic signals on M Street NW in Georgetown may soon be re-timed so pedestrians don’t have to wait as long to cross, according to the D.C. Department of...
By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterThe D.C. Department of Transportation is working to research and enact improvements for five of the city’s most dangerous, accident-prone intersections,...
By Brady HoltCurrent Staff WriterThe intersection at the heart of Georgetown may get traffic-control officers next year to address its consistently high collision rates.Ward 3 D.C. Council member...
By Mark LiebermanCurrent Staff WriterAs Pope Francis makes his first visit to the United States next week, his two-day stop in the District of Columbia brings anticipation, crowds — and traffic...
By Brady HoltCurrent Staff WriterThe D.C. Department of Transportation has tweaked its plans for handling the rehabilitation of Pennsylvania Avenue’s bridge over Rock Creek, responding to...
By Brady HoltCurrent Staff WriterThe D.C. Department of Transportation will kick off a two-year project to rehabilitate the Key Bridge this spring, but it is promising relatively limited traffic...
By George AltshulerCurrent CorrespondentThe 20 Stoddert Elementary School teachers and staff members whose parking spaces have been occupied by temporary “demountable” classrooms have...
By Brady HoltCurrent Staff WriterIn Georgetown and other high-demand neighborhoods of closely packed single-family homes, curbside dumpsters are a familiar sign that another property is undergoing...
By Kat LuceroCurrent Staff WriterBelow the Whitehurst Freeway, a one-mile stretch of road has become increasingly popular for cyclists. Although there are no designated bike lanes on the connecting...
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