December 27, 2014: Washington Post: Top 10 traffic, transit stories of 2014 in the D.C. region
December 27, 2014: The Washington Post: E-mails show struggle over D.C. streetcar safety
December 19, 2014: District Source: DC Adds 9 Miles of Bike Lanes in 2014
December 18, 2014: WTOP: Revamped Southeast Freeway will open in weeks
December 17, 2014: Washington Post: D.C. plans experiment for downtown parking
December 15, 2014: In the Capital: These 13 Maps Will Change How You Look at Washington, DC
December 12, 2014: The Washington Post: D.C. apologizes for mistake in 2015 parking permit mailing
December 12, 2014: Washington Post: Signs of the times: RideDC and Transit Screen’s SmartWalk
December 9, 2014: The Washington Post: Letters show why closing I-395 for Capitol Crossing project is ‘non-starter’
December 9, 2014: The Washington Post: D.C. dropping request to shut part of I-395
December 9, 2014: The Washington Post: Gray won’t agree to close I-395 to speed up Capitol Crossing project, spokeswoman says
December 8, 2014: NBC4: Penn Quarter-Chinatown to Test District's New Parking Plan
December 8, 2014: The Washington Post: FHWA says a study is needed before it can respond to request to shut down I-395
December 6, 2014: The Washington Post: District Department of Transportation takes back seat on proposed I-395 shutdown
Decmeber 1, 2014: The Washington Post: Little bridge to have big impact on D.C. commuters
November 25, 2014: Washington Business Journal: In D.C., buses will get priority with technology that holds lights at green
November 20, 2014: Planetizen: A Planning Career to Help People Share—Bikes, of Course
November 19, 2014: Washington City Paper: Parking Prices in D.C. Could Soon Be Based on Supply and Demand
November 19, 2014: DCist: DDOT director Brown stands up to opposition to mini-circles
November 19, 2014: DCist: D.C. To Test Demand-Based Parking Prices In Penn Quarter
November 18, 2014: WUSATV9: 3rd St. Tunnel closes, Massachusetts Ave & H St traffic shifts for project
November 18, 2014: Tech Cocktail DC: D.C. Using Data to Envision Bike Lanes of the Future
November 13, 2014: Washington Business Journal: D.C. regulators approve first phase of Pepco's billion-dollar underground power line project
November 13, 2014: CBS Local: Pepco, DDOT Approved to Begin Moving Power Lines Underground Across D.C.
November 13, 2014: The Washington Post: Billion-dollar power line burial plan wins approval from D.C. utility commission
November 12, 2014: The Washington Post: Fight over Virginia Avenue tunnel project headed to court
November 11, 2014: In the Capital: Map Fix: How to Track DC Roadwork and Other Commute-Ruining Projects
November 9, 2014: The Washington Post: Can new D.C. rules prevent trucks from double-parking and blocking traffic?
November 7, 2014: WJLA Channel 7: D.C. kicks off pedestrian safety efforts with Street Smart campaign
November 1, 2014: The Washington Post: As the D.C. mayoral campaign nears end, there is no clear winner on transportation
October 29, 2014: WTOP: Parking agencies get tickets in D.C. too
October 27, 2014: In the Capital: Capital Bikeshare's Contractor Has Reportedly Been Sold to REQX Ventures
October 26, 2014: Urbanful: Visions of DC’s “other river” throughout history
October 25, 2014: Washington Post: D.C. commits to projects to advance the city’s long-range transportation plan
October 23, 2014: The Washington Post: Bridge replacement on 16th Street NW to create major traffic disruptions
October 23, 2014: WJLA: DDOT to construct new 16th Street NW Bridge over Military Road
October 22, 2014: The Washington Post: D.C. region’s governments add to wish lists for road and rail improvement projects
October 22, 2014: The Washington Post: Key questions still surround planned opening of D.C. streetcar line
October 22, 2014: WUSATV9: Military Rd. closures begin in 16th Street Bridge project
October 22, 2014: WAMU88: Delays Are Coming: DDOT Outlines Plans For 16th Street Bridge Replacement
October 21, 2014: The Washington Post: Mayor Vincent Gray kicks off moveDC plan
October 17, 2014: The Washington Post: It’s ginkgo season. Watch where you step.
October 14, 2014: WTOP: Confusing parking signs net thousands of tickets against drivers
October 7, 2014: Next City: Goodbye Parking Lots, Hello D.C.‘s Fastest-Growing Neighborhood
October 7, 2014: The Washington Post: A District traffic expert weighs in on whether pedestrians should obey the hand
October 3, 2014: AASHTO Journal: DC's Streetcars Moving in Test Mode Ahead of Passenger Service Start
October 2, 2014: The Washington Post: DDOT’s streetcar safety quiz: Are we smarter than a second grader?
October 1, 2014: The Washington Post: The latest obstacle in D.C.’s bike wars? Porta-potties.
October 1, 2014: Washington Post: Bike commuting keeps growing in D.C.
October 1, 2014: The Washington Post: DDOT releases updated D.C. Circulator bus plan
October 1, 2014: DCIST: Rhode Island Avenue Pedestrian-Bicycle Bridge On Track For December Completion
September 29, 2014: WUSA TV 9: DC Streetcar begin simulated service
September 26, 2014: Progressive Railroading: Long Bridge replacement key to future growth, VRE says
September 24, 2014: The Washington Post: D.C. Streetcar could begin passenger service in November
September 24, 2014: CBS DC: D.C. Streetcars to Start Simulated Service
September 24, 2014: Washington City Paper: H Street Streetcar Will Launch Next Week (but Without Passengers)
September 24, 2014: Washington Post: Express lanes, streetcars, escalators: Fall a season for transportation work
September 23, 2014: The Washington Post: More routes, and a fare hike, coming for D.C. Circulator
September 19, 2014: The Washington Post: Park(ing) Day brings parks for a day
September 18, 2014: The Georgetowner: Eastbound Canal Road Braces for Off-Peak Lane Closures Until July 2015
September 16, 2014: The Hill is Home: REOPENING SOUTHEAST FREEWAY A BIG MISTAKE
September 15, 2014: Washington Post: When buying new wasn’t an option, Capital Bikeshare got used bikes
September 11, 2014: The Washington Post: Is fight over CSX tunnel project headed to court?
September 9, 2014: Washington Post: D.C. streetcar moves closer to passenger service
September 9, 2014: The Washington Free Beacon: IG: Washington DC’s Parking Tickets, Speed Cameras Are the Worst
September 8, 2014: The Washington Post: D.C. is the Wild West when enforcing tickets for traffic violators, audit finds
September 8, 2014: ABC 7: Ticketed D.C. drivers 'guilty until proven innocent,' Inspector General's probe finds
September 8, 2014: Washington City Paper: Report: In D.C. Traffic Camera System, Drivers Guilty Until Proven Innocent
September 3, 2014: DCist: Proposed Regulations Would Limit Cycling On Roads With Streetcar Tracks
August 28, 2014: Washington Post's Express: D.C.’s historic boundary stones are being preserved
August 28, 2014: WUSATV9: Making DC neighborhoods safer for pedestrians
August 25, 2014: WAMU: Metro Adds Longer Buses To 16th Street—But Will It Help?
August 25, 2014: WUSA 9: Metro adds longer buses to busy corridor
August 24, 2014: WUSA 9: Streetcar drill on H Street NE corridor
August 24, 2014: NBC 4 Washington: DC Officials Conduct Streetcar Emergency Drill
August 21, 2014: The Washington Post: D.C. fixes sinkhole large enough to swallow child
August 18, 2014: WUSATV9: 16th Street bridge replacement
August 15, 2014: Washington Business Journals: Safe passage: New rules demand clear path for cyclists, pedestrians in construction zones
August 14, 2015: The Washington Post: ‘Love locks’ cut from Key Bridge by DDOT workers
August 11, 2014: The Washington Post: DDOT lays out ‘action plan’ for 16th Street NW; no bus lane for now
August 11, 2014: Georgetowner: Love Locks Getting Clipped Off Key Bridge, DDOT Says
August 10, 2014: The Washington Post: A spin with the D.C. bicycle crowd leads to a tad more sympathy
August 8, 2014: The Washington Post: City’s response to parking complaint: ‘WE DONT TICKET OUR OWN’
August 5, 2014: PostTV: D.C. begins practice streetcar operations
August 5, 2014: PostTV: Red light; green light: How traffic signals work
August 5, 2014: Metro: D.C. Streetcar begins training operators in traffic
August 4, 2014: WAMU: Streetcars Run Into Problems As Operator Training Begins On H Street
August 1, 2014: WTOP: D.C. police remove speed camera from inside Md. line
July 29, 2014: Roll Call: Streetcars Keep Winning Scramble for Federal Mass Transit Project Funding
July 28, 2014: WNEW: ‘Stroll and Roll’ Pedicab Rides Promote D.C. Streetcar Line
July 28, 2014: Washingtonian: Tree Whisperers: Meet the DC Employees Who Watch Over Our Trees
July 25, 2014: The Washington Post: Pressure builds over proposed reconstruction of CSX tunnel project in Southeast D.C.
July 24, 2014: The Washington Post: The one thing money can’t always buy: Parking in D.C.
July 23, 2014: WUSATV9: Streetcar testing to begin today in DC
July 23, 2014; DCist: DDOT To White House: D.C.'s Roads Aren't That Bad
July 23, 2014; Express: A Crash Course in D.C. Driving
July 23, 2014: The Washington Post: All the details of D.C. traffic data are on today’s cover
July 23, 2014: The Washington Post: Men are worse drivers, reading causes more crashes than eating, and 6 other facts about D.C. accidents
July 22, 2014: WUSATV9: Final Preps for DC Streetcars?
July 21, 2014; WTOP: Proposal would put some power lines underground
July 17, 2014: Tokyo Broadcasting: Catch the World: DC Streetcar
July 15, 2014: WAMU: DDOT Best-Case Scenario Targets November Opening For D.C. Streetcar
July 15, 2014: The Washington Post: As tensions rise among D.C. road users, many say police enforcement lags
July 9, 2014: The Washington Post: The lousy state of D.C.’s streets explained in 14 slides and two charts
July 8, 2014: The Washington Post: Possible sinkhole will keep part of 14th St NW closed for 24 hours more
July 8, 2014: WJLA: DDOT proposes "Park-Its" to improve safety for cyclists, drivers
July 8, 2014: The Washington Times: Nearly 40% of D.C.-funded roads labeled ‘poor’ or worse
June 30, 2014; WCP: Office of Planning Neuters Zoning Update, and Then Some
June 28, 2014; The Washington Post: Capital Bikeshare works to recruit minorities and low-income residents
June 27, 2014; The Washington Post: DDOT to act on 16th street bus lane, again.
June 27, 2014: WAMU: AAA lashes_out_against_dc_congestion_plan
June 27, 2014: The Washington Post: DDOT’s moveDC plan gets mixed reviews
June 27, 2014: WCP: This Is the Fastest Way to Get From A to B in D.C.
June 27, 2014: The Washington Post: Residents express safety concerns over First Street Tunnel project
June 25, 2014: WTOP: Capital Bikeshare runs out of keys as new membership soars
June 25, 2014: WJLA: D.C. Capital Bikeshare dealing with membership surge, key shortage
June 24, 2014: The Washington Post: Capital Bikeshare runs out of member keys
June 24, 2014: NBC: Family of 102-Year-Old D.C. Woman Hopes for Reserved Parking Spot
June 24, 2014: Chron: Ramps to I-66 reopen, deemed safe after debris
June 23, 2014: The Washington Post: The politics, temptations of parking overhaul in D.C.
June 23, 2014: The Washington Post: One ramp opens, one closes on D.C. freeway
June 21, 2014: The Washington Post: The politics, temptations of parking overhaul in D.C.
June 20, 2014: WUSATV9: DDOT denies "rubber stamping" Virginia Ave. tunnel project
June 20, 2014: The Washington Afro: Citizens Opposition Increases to Rail Tunnel Expansion Under Capitol Hill
June 20, 2014: East of the River: DDOT Compendium: DDOT's Online Research Tool.
June 19, 2014: The Washington Post: DDOT’s early commitment to CSX tunnel project in Southeast D.C. irks residents
June 19, 2014: WTOP: Burying of power lines takes a step forward
June 19, 2014; GGW: Four big questions for a Georgia Avenue streetcar
June 19, 2014: DCist: D.C. Metro Area Tops Walkable Urban Places List — With A Warning
June 18, 2014: GGW: Breakfast links: Triggers
June 18, 2014; GGW: Honor Frederick Douglass and DC with a worthy new bridge design
June 17, 2014: NBC 4 Washington: Flow of Traffic to Change on NW D.C. Street
June 17, 2014: The Washington Post: Pepco, D.C. ask regulators to approve burying more power lines
June 17, 2014: Wamu 88.5: DDOT Report Ambiguous On Arkansas Avenue Rush Hour Travel Lane
June 16, 2014: Washington Business Journal: D.C. streetlight debacle: ‘Pervasive improprieties’ force appeals board to again toss $73M contract
June 10, 2014: Washingtonian: Here Are Four Possible Routes for a North-South DC Streetcar
June 10, 2014: WAMU: D.C. Unveils Four Possible Routes For North-South Streetcar Line
June 10, 2014: DCIST: D.C. Streetcar's North-South Corridor Route Narrowed Down To Four Options
June 6, 2014: NBC 4 Washington: D.C. Streetcar Expected By End of Year
June 6, 2014: WAMU: D.C. Shifts Streetcar Timeline, Now Says Service To Start 'Before End' Of 2014
June 6, 2014: Washington City Paper: Ambitious Transportation Plan Aims to Predict the Future and Learn From the Past
June 3, 2014: The Washington Post: In the District, a transportation plan that boosts transit and discourages driving
May 29, 2014: WAMU: Streetcar Funding Slashed By D.C. Council, Gray Warns That Network Imperiled
May 28, 2014: The Washington Post: Streetcar supporters say D.C. Council’s vote to slash budget imperils system’s future
May 28, 2014: WAMU: D.C. Streetcar Faces Funding Cuts, Prompting Warnings From Gray
May 28, 2014: The Washington Post: Local motion: Investments by Arlington and D.C. set the pace for a cyclist-friendly region
May 27, 2014; The Washington Post: Bowser joins calls for better bus service along 16th Street NW
May 22, 2014: WAMU: Advocates Say That Streetcars Move People — and Spur Development
May 20, 2014: WAMU: For Residents, Streetcar Return Will Pose Practical Challenges
May 19, 2014: The Washington Post: Bus improvements urged along 16th Street NW
May 13, 2014: NBC 4 Washington: D.C. Struggles to Keep Up With Growing Number of Bikers
May 12, 2014: WUSATV9: DDOT: Close to 12,000 potholes filled in 2014
May 9, 2014: WNBC4: Kalmia Road Crossing Reopens After Six Months
April 29, 2014: The Washington Post: New D.C. transportation chief’s first tangle: whether to hike Circulator fares
April 25, 2014: New York Times: Washington Retail District’s Future Rides on Streetcars
April 12, 2014: The Washington Post: Rival bureaucracies are not the way to manage traffic congestion in Washington, D.C.
April 9, 2014: Washingtonian: M Street Bike Lane Is “Weeks” Away From Completion, City Says
April 8, 2014: The Washington Post: D.C. Council’s Cheh gains early support for major overhaul of city transportation agencies
April 8, 2014; GGW: Cars keep crashing on Arkansas Avenue, imperiling pedestrians. When will DC take action?
February 26, 2014: The Washington Post: D.C. to begin Potholepalooza fest in March
February 25, 2014: Washingtonian: District Plans 19 Miles of Bike Lanes in 2014, but Will They Actually Get Built?
February 21, 2014: WUSA 9: Decode the details that could cost you plenty
February 3, 2014: NBC 4 Washington: Circulator Bus Stuck After Sinkhole Opens in D.C.
January 30, 2014: DCIST: Sinkhole Closes Stretch Of Massachusetts Avenue In Southeast D.C.