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2015 DDOT in the News



December 9, 2015: The Antiplanner: DC Streetcar Still Not Open for Business

December 9, 2015: WAMU: Three Months Late, D.C.'s Plan To End Traffic Fatalities Is Coming Next Week

December 8, 2015: Forest Hills Connection: DC Council hearing today on pedestrian, bike safety bills

December 8, 2015: WAMU:  Safety Advocates Still Waiting On D.C. Mayor's Plan To End Traffic Fatalities

December 8, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: What do you want to ask new WMATA head Paul Wiedefeld?

December 8, 2015: Borderstan: DDOT: ‘Moderate to Heavy’ Delays Near Howard University Tonight

December 8, 2015: The Washington Post: Fired D.C. streetcar operators violated cellphone policy, labor board finds

December 8, 2015: The Washington Post: D.C. considering letting bicyclists roll through stop signs

December 7, 2015: District Ninja: The Vision Zero Initiative Part 1: District of Pedestrians

December 7, 2015: DCIST: Video: Is D.C.'s Streetcar Like Springfield's Monorail?

December 7, 2015: ENR: No DC Streetcar in 2015

December 7, 2015: NZHerald: How Washington D.C. spent $200 million over a decade on a streetcar you still can't ride

December 7, 2015: The Washington Post: What do the D.C. streetcar and ‘The Simpsons’ monorail have in common?

December 7, 2015: Forest Hills Connection: Want a sidewalk on your block? Petitions no longer required, but still a useful tool

December 5, 2015: The Washington Post: Need parking? Oil change? Gas? There’s an app for that.

December 4, 2015: WAMU: Another Year, Another Delay: D.C. Streetcar Won't Carry Passengers In 2015

December 4, 2015: DCIST: Want To Ride The Streetcar In 2015? Tough Luck

December 4, 2015: Hyattsville: Park & Planning to conduct county bikeshare feasibility study

December 4, 2015: Washingtonian: The DC Streetcar Won’t Run in 2015

December 4, 2015: Washington City Paper: Lessons From a Year of Streetcar Collisions

December 4, 2015: Washington City Paper: H Street-Benning Road Streetcar Service ‘All But Guaranteed’ NOT to Start in 2015

December 3, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Arguments against bike lanes aren't very consistent

December 3, 2015: Politico: Senate sends transportation infrastructure bill to Obama

December 3, 2015: The Washington Post: Metro unveils more rider-friendly budget to a skeptical board

December 3, 2015: Boderstan: Adams Morgan ANC Backs 16th Street Bus Lanes

December 3, 2015: Bethesda: Local Lawmaker Says Metro Ridership Study Proves System Is Important to More Than Just Montgomery County

December 3, 2015: The Georgetown Metropolitan: This is Why You Shouldn’t Park Where it Says Not to Park

December 2, 2015: WAMU: Same Prices, Same Service Levels Proposed Under Metro's Latest Budget

December 2, 2015: The Washington Post: Goodbye paper fare cards

December 2, 2015: Washingtonian: How Parking Spaces Make Washington Housing More Expensive

December 2, 2015: The Hill: $305B highway bill adds new hurdle to tolling expansion

December 2, 2015: Borderstan: DDOT: Who Wants to Party on a D.C. Circulator Bus?

December 2, 2015: Streetsblog: The Benefits of Bike-Share Are Huge And Varied

December 1, 2015: WAMU: Platform Crowding Puts Metro 'So Close To A Deadly Incident,' Says Complaint '

December 1, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: These two Prince George's neighborhoods show how bike trails help neighborhoods


November 30, 2015: Forest Hills Connection: ANC 3F asks DDOT to delay consideration of Van Ness Chick-Fil-A permits

November 30, 2015: Technically: Why DataLensDC is watching your bike commute

November 28, 2015: The Washington Post: Prince George’s considers connecting with Capital Bikeshare

November 25, 2015: WTOP: More D.C. pedestrians died over five-year period than drivers

November 24, 2015: WAMUD.C. Moving Forward On Plan To Close D.C. General Homeless Shelter

November 24, 2015: Newsroom: Do bike-share programs reduce automobile pollution?

November 24, 2015: The Wash Cycle: Federal Bike to Work Act reintroduced

November 24, 2015: WAMU: U.S. Transportation Secretary On Metro: Safety First, Expansion Later

November 24, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: The Northeast Corridor carries more rail passengers than anywhere else in the country. What could it look like in 2040?

November 23, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Zig zag road stripes can get drivers to pay more attention

November 23, 2015: Littler: District of Columbia Employers Must Provide Transportation Benefit Programs by the New Year

November 23, 2015: Lexology: District of Columbia employers must provide transportation benefit programs by the new year

November 23, 2015: WTOP: Three of nation’s worst bottlenecks are in Northern Virginia, study finds

November 23, 2015: Plan It Metro: Metro Considers H/I Bus Lanes to Ameliorate Streetcar Construction

November 23, 2015: WAMU: Maryland Remains Serious About Maglev, Despite Skeptics

November 23, 2015: WTOP:  Is Tuesday the new Wednesday? Study of traffic trends could help Thanksgiving travelers

November 21, 2015: Green Biz: Why companies should care about getting stuff done in cities

November 20, 2015: WTOP: I-95 Express Lanes could ease strain of Thanksgiving getaway

November 20, 2015: Borderstan: POLL: How Soon Should DDOT Improve This Crosswalk?

November 20, 2015: The Washington Post: Virginia to extend I-95/395 HOT lanes north to D.C. line

November 20, 2015: WJLA: Dozens of homeless individuals evicted from 'Tent City' in D.C.

November 20, 2015: Fox 5: Deadline passes as DC's 'Tent City' clears out

November 20, 2015: NBC 4 Washington: Homeless Camp Near Kennedy Center Being Cleared by D.C. Officials

November 20, 2015: District Source: NoMa to Logan Circle Route Among Five New Circulator Options

November 20, 2015: WUSA 9: Homeless evicted from tent city in DC

November 20, 2015: Wash Cycle: Capital Bikeshare: Winter is Coming

November 19, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: A more accessible Anacostia Park would mean a healthier community

November 19, 2015: WAMU: Metro Board Gives Unanimous Approval To New General Manager

November 19, 2015: Plan It Metro: Metro’s Federal Customers: A Snapshot (1 of 5)

November 19, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Metro's new stat shows how many 8-car trains may be missing

November 18, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Here's how funding for the Purple Line will work

November 18, 2015: WTOP: Travelers should brace for Thanksgiving getaway traffic

November 18, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: The National Zoo will be open for 1,000 fewer hours in 2016

November 17, 2015: WTOP: D.C. Thanksgiving traffic ranked 2nd-worst nationwide

November 17, 2015: WTOP: Thanksgiving travel numbers continue to grow, but not in D.C. area

November 17, 2015: The Line Media: in growing cities, parking challenges require creative solutions

November 17, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: These are the transit apps our contributors use, and why

November 17, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: An abandoned DC road is becoming a trail. Watch how.

November 16, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Budapest runs extra-long streetcars, equal to 3 articulated buses end-to-end

November 15, 2015: Switchboard: Santa Monica's @BreezeBikeShare puts LA county on the #bikeshare national map

November 15, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: How downtown parking is like your smartphone

November 14, 2015: The Washington Post: No streetcar yet on H Street, but parking crackdown goes on

November 13, 2015: Washington City Paper: The Rise of Biking in D.C., Visualized

November 13, 2015: The Washington Post: The true value of a city parking spot

November 13, 2015: The Washington Post: Variable-priced parking is a good idea for Chinatown

November 13, 2015: WAMU: Why The Fight Over A Bike Lane In Shaw Isn't About Biking

November 13, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: A lot more people will ride Metro (and not drive) if the FBI makes a smart choice on where to move

November 13, 2015: WTOP: D.C. road to be converted to multi-use trail

November 12, 2015: WTOP: ‘Surge parking’ in downtown D.C. opposed by residents, study says

November 12, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: When life gives you buses, make bus-trains

November 12, 2015: The Washington Post: Residents call moving violation on surge-priced parking plan

November 12, 2015: The Washington Post: Is carpooling the next hot transportation trend? Yes, we said carpooling.

November 12, 2015: WAMU: Feds Pressure Region's Leaders To Act On Metro Safety Before 2019 Deadline

November 12, 2015: Fox 5: 7 in 10 oppose 'surge' parking rates, says new survey by AAA Mid-Atlantic

November 12, 2015: WTOP: Feds want ‘fire lit’ under region for Metro safety

November 12, 2015: The Washington Post: Why are bike lanes such heated symbols of gentrification?

November 12, 2015: The Washington Post: Metrobus and streetcar collide on H Street

November 12, 2015: Washington City Paper: X2 Bus vs. Streetcar

November 11, 2015: DCIST: Petition Calls For Trump To Replace Trees He Chopped Down Along The Potomac

November 11, 2015: Washington City Paper: Plan to Create Jobs, Maintain Affordable Housing Near 11th Street Bridge Park Released

November 11, 2015: The Southwester: NEW SOUTHWEST TREE TASK FORCE CREATED

November 10, 2015: The Hoya: GUTS Lines Rerouting Draws Ire

November 10, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: New buses will run faster on 16th Street, 14th Street, and Georgia Avenue, thanks to good design

November 10, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: It'll soon be easier to find a parking space in Chinatown

November 10, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: A chain-link fence is blocking people from getting to the Forest Glen Metro

November 10, 2015: Fredericksburg: Metro briefs: D.C. testing new 'surge' parking pricing system; Maryland buildings evacuated after cracking, shaking

November 9, 2015: WAMU: Metro To Roll Out 300 New Buses For Busiest Routes, But No Bus Lanes Yet

November 9, 2015: Plan It Metro: Beyond Borders – Acting Regionally to Create a Financially-Sustainable Transit System (Part One)

November 9, 2015: WTOP: Transit options considered for Route 7 corridor

November 9, 2015: The Washington Post: Why designers can’t stop reinventing the subway map

November 9, 2015: Fox 5: Surge parking rates coming to parts of DC

November 9, 2015: Mass Transit: DC Metro Debuts New Buses on Major North-South Corridors

November 9, 2015: The Washington Post: Design flaws slow production of Metro’s high-tech rail cars, affecting service

November 9, 2015: NBC 4 Washington: D.C. Officials to Test 'Surge Pricing' for Parking Downtown

November 9, 2015: DCIST: Photos: Metrobus Begins Rolling Out A Fleet Of New Buses

November 9, 2015: WAMU: Service Returns To Stadium-Armory Metro Six Weeks After Transformer Fire

November 9, 2015: The Washington Post: Why NoMa needs a Circulator

November 9, 2015: The Washington Post: Ahh….that ‘new bus smell’

November 9, 2015: Washington City Paper: Metro Introduces New 60-Foot Buses Along Major Roads

November 9, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Computer-driven trains are gradually coming back to Metro, but it'll still take a while

November 9, 2015: DCInno: Ignore the Hype, We're No Closer To a DC-Baltimore Bullet Train

November 9, 2015: WTOP: Officials: Program to change parking prices based on demand

November 9, 2015: Forest Hills Connection: DC Council bill would make more trees “special”

November 7, 2015: The Washington Post: You’ve heard about surge pricing. Get ready for surge-priced parking.

November 7, 2015: WTOP: Baltimore-DC maglev venture gets $28M federal grant

November 6, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Metro had a rough summer, says Metro

November 6, 2015: The Orange County Register: Go with efficient buses over trendy streetcars

November 5, 2015: The Connection: Capital Bikeshare To Connect Fairfax, Starting With Reston

November 5, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Many buses have built-in blind spots that make driving them dangerous

November 5, 2015: Roll Call: Hill Makes Pitch for Protected Bike Lanes

November 4, 2015: Washingtonian: Tuesday’s Elections Prove There’s No Such Thing as “Purple Virginia”

November 4, 2015: DCIST: From NoMa To Where? DDOT Releases Options For A New Circulator Route

November 4, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: A stretch of Wisconsin Avenue will test whether narrow lanes work on major roads

November 4, 2015: The Washington Post: More Washington workers will get commuter benefits

November 4, 2015: NBC 4 Washington: D.C. Council Votes to Close Notorious Homeless Shelter

November 4, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: DC Circulator may add a line to NoMa, but its circuitous routes aren't ideal

November 3, 2015: Washington City Paper: DDOT Releases NoMa Circulator Route Options

November 2, 2015: Forest Hills Connection: In and out in Van Ness: Chick-fil-A and Burger King

November 2, 2015: Washington City Paper: Seven Years of Bike Collisions in D.C., Visualized

November 2, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Capital Bikeshare is coming to Reston!

November 2, 2015: Washington City Paper: Seven Years of Bike Collisions in D.C., Visualized


October 31, 2015: The Washington Post: Beet it, beet it, beet it, beet it: Then the snow will be defeated (on D.C. roads)

October 30, 2015: WTOP: After years, still no solutions at 16th Street circle

October 30, 2015: WJLA: Resident receives parking ticket for not paying 1 minute before parking is free

October 29, 2015: The Washington Post: Capital Bikeshare is coming to Fairfax. First stop, Reston.

October 28, 2015: Mobility Lab: From Rebalancing to Dock-Blocking: Techies Hack to Make Capital Bikeshare Even More User-Friendly

October 27, 2015: Fox 5 DC: DC residents to face fines for not shoveling snow, ice

October 26, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: A new ramp is coming to I-395. It'll be a little better for pedestrians and a little worse for buses.

October 26, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Ward 7's Kenilworth is getting new buildings and a new street grid

October 23, 2015: The Washington Post: Can some big D.C. churches fight off a bike lane? They are bringing large crowds to try.

October 23, 2015: WTOPFairfax County board paves way for Capital Bikeshare

October 22, 2015: NPR: In D.C. And China, Two Approaches To A Streetcar Unconstrained By Wires

October 22, 2015: Fox 5 DCChurch members, bicyclists clash over proposed DC bike lane

October 22, 2015: Washington City Paper: Pastors: 6th Street Bike Lanes A ‘Cancer’ That Will Destroy Church

October 22, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: A chat with DC Council candidate David Garber

October 21, 2015: The Washington Post: DDOT to hold public meeting on secured bike lanes

October 21, 2015: Greater Greater Washington:  Metro riders are organizing to change WMATA. Their success epends on what they do next.

October 21, 2015: Washington Business Journal: 8 things: D.C. streetcar remains sidetracked; Metro board members say no to fare hike

October 21, 2015: WAMU: To Keep Tabs On Metro, Federal Transit Administration Will Beef Up Safety Team

October 21, 2015: The Washington Post: Why would someone steal a streetcar? Um, because it’s there?

October 21, 2015: Washingtonian: The Insane Highway Plan That Would Have Bulldozed DC’s Most Charming Neighborhoods

October 20, 2015: The Daily Caller:  First Amendment Group Blasts Church Claiming Bike Lane Will Threaten Religious Freedom

October 20, 2015: The Washington Post: D.C. vows to block any Metro fare increase or service cut

October 20, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Can a housing development go up in Petworth if it doesn't build new parking?

October 20, 2015: The Wash Cycle: DDOT's new bike facility standards

October 20, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: How public and private came together to make Capital Bikeshare a success

October 20, 2015: Next City: Two U.S. Streetcar Lines Celebrate Milestones

October 20, 2015: Washingtonian:  I Survived a Ride on the DC Streetcar

October 20, 2015: Congress Heights on the Rise: Guest Post | Take a Ride on the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail by Keenan Orfalea, Anacostia Waterfront Trust

October 19, 2015: WAMU: Streetcar In '15? D.C.'s Top Transportation Official Offers No Guarantees

October 19, 2015: Fox News: DC church calls proposed bike lanes unconstitutional

October 19, 2015: WAMU: Streetcar In '15? D.C.'s Top Transportation Official Offers No Guarantees

October 18, 2015: The Washington Post: D.C. streetcar on track for year-end opening, top transportation official says

October 18, 2015: The Washington Post: Here’s what expanded federal oversight of Metro safety will entail

October 18, 2015: Tech.Co: Riide Offers Electric Bike Leasing through RiidePass

October 16, 2015: WAMU: After Stints In Business And Government, Gabe Klein Embraces Fear Of Screwing Up

October 16, 2015: WAMU: Self-Driving Cars, More Bikes: How Gabe Klein Would Improve Mobility In D.C.

October 16, 2015: CBS DC: DDOT Asking For Input on Changes to the 16th Street Bus Corridor

October 15, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: A tunnel for bikes in Brookland was once a possibility. Is the idea totally dead?

October 15, 2015: Huffington Post: Why A Church Says Bike Lanes Could Violate Their Religious Freedom 

October 15, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Public agencies must communicate to succeed

October 14, 2015: Washington Business Journal: Developer picks up H Street NE church, will knock it down and redevelop

October 14, 2015: The Washington Post: D.C. church says a bike lane would infringe upon its constitutional ‘rights of religious freedom’

October 14, 2015: WUSA 9: Neighbors are furious after pedestrian killed in NE DC hit-and-run

October 14, 2015: Hill Now: New Maryland Avenue NE Traffic Signal to Go Live Next Week 

October 14, 2015: WTOP: Metro board chair suggests cutting fares during major delays

October 14, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Georgetown is swapping parking spaces for sidewalks, which people will enjoy

October 14, 2015: Technically: New civic hacking group eyes Vision Zero data

October 13, 2015: The Wash Cycle: The United House of Parking

October 13, 2015: WTOP: Pay-by-space parking rolls out in Chinatown/Penn Quarter

October 13, 2015: WAMU: Automatic Refunds For Bad Metro Service? Riders Say It's An Overdue Idea.

October 13, 2015: Washingtonian: A Brief History of the DC Streetcar Being Almost Ready

October 12, 2015: WAMU: A Quarter Of Metro's Board Would Get A Makeover Under Senate Legislation

October 12, 2015: Washington Business Journal: Capital Bikeshare workers get union contract

October 12, 2015: WJLA: Streetcar parking enforcement issue tickets on holiday

October 10, 2015: WTOP: D.C. streetcar approaches final stages

October 10, 2015: Examiner: Draft Bikeshare plan sets stage for expansion

October 9, 2015: WTOP: Cyclists take wait-and-see approach to trail improvements

October 9, 2015: WAMU: At 'Low Point,' Metro Leadership Acknowledges Self-Inflicted Wounds

October 8, 2015: WTOP: DDOT releases bike share improvement plan

October 8, 2015: District Source: 99 New Bikeshare Stations Proposed by 2018

October 7, 2015: Washington Business Journal: Key Bridge to undergo 2-year rehab, contractor sought

October 7, 2015: Washingtonian: Metro Can Blame Bikeshare for Lost Passengers, but Bikeshare Is Just Going to Get Bigger.

October 7, 2015: DCIST: Years Of Study, Advocacy May Result In A 16th Street Bus Lane

October 7, 2015: City Lab: The Chart That Explains Why D.C.'s Metro System Has No Leader

October 7, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Capital Bikeshare will add 99 DC stations over 3 years. Your neighborhood will probably benefit.

October 6, 2015: The Washington Post: Metro acknowledges breakdowns might be adding to a ridership decline

October 6, 2015: Elevation DC: How green can the District grow?

October 6, 2015: Washington City Paper: DDOT Proposes Adding 99 Capital Bikeshare Stations Over Next Few Years

October 6, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Five bus lines everyone in DC should know, love, and use

October 6, 2015: Soap Box Media: In growing cities, parking challenges require creative solutions 

October 6, 2015: The Washington Post: Here’s where D.C. plans to expand Capital Bikeshare over the next 3 years

October 5, 2015: Plan It Metro: Brookland-CUA Station Rises to the Challenge of Papal Proportions

October 5, 2015: NBC 4 Washington: Crash Zones: Mapping the District's Bike Crashes -- And How to Make Streets Safer

October 5, 2015: The Weekly Standard All Hail the 'Death Spiral' 

October 5, 2015: WTOP: Partial lane closures begin on Military Road NW

October 5, 2015: The GW Hatchet: GW needs to make campus more pedestrian-friendly

October 5, 2015: WUSA 9: Traffic alert: Temporary closures on Military Rd. NW in DC

October 4, 2015: WTOP: Military Road repairs to cause major travel troubles

October 2, 2015: The Washington Post: D.C. streetcar collides with police car. It’s still not carrying passengers.

October 2, 2015: DCIST: Police Car Defies Streetcar, Loses

Otober 2, 2015: WTOP: No Joaquin, but a rainy evening ahead

October 2, 2015: WUSA 9: DC streetcar hits parked police car on H Street

October 2, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Here's where a protected bikeway could go on the east side of downtown

October 1, 2015: The Washington Post: Could overnight deliveries be the solution to traffic congestion?

October 1, 2015: CBS DC: New Parking Fines Take Effect in D.C.

October 1, 2015: Popville: Puddle Patrol: “Starting Friday at 4:00 PM, the District will ramp up response operations at the Emergency Operations Center”

October 1, 2015: The Washington Post: Dedicated bus lane a possibility for 16th Street corridor, study says

October 1, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: The Metro map could have looked like this

October 1, 2015: Fox 5 DC: Models show Hurricane Joaquin tracking well east of DC

October 1, 2015: WTOP: NWS meteorologist: D.C. area in ‘threat zone’ of Joaquin

October 1, 2015: Daily Reporter: Washington levee could be put to test if Hurricane Joaquin makes landing in nation's capital

October 1, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Metro wants to connect Farragut North and West with a tunnel

October 1, 2015: Hill Now: Councilman Allen Optimistic About Streetcar Service Beginning This Year

October 1, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Petworth residents complained drivers are speeding. DC says it's true, but "acceptable."


September 30, 2015: WTOP: Exclusive: Meter hours won’t be extended in D.C. until mid-2016

September 30, 2015: The Washington Post: Should people jog in D.C.’s bike lanes?

September 30, 2015: Hill Now: UPDATED: Hours of Some Parking Meters in Southwest to Increase

September 30, 2015: The Washington Post:  D.C. news in brief

September 30, 2015: WTOP: Federal agency assumes safety oversight of Metro

September 29, 2015: Urban Land: Start-Up City: Bridge the Public-Private Divide

September 29, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: This one chart shows why Metro was so crowded Monday

September 29, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: The controversy over affordable housing on Florida Avenue, explained

September 29, 2015: WAMU: Orange And Silver Line Trains Bypassing Stadium-Armory Metro Station

September 28, 2015: WAMU: Eight-Car Trains Are Becoming A Rarer Species For Metro System, Data Show

September 28, 2015: Elevation DC: National spotlight: three parking solutions for three growing cities

September 28, 2015: Boderstan: Rider Input Sought to Help Fix 16th Street Bus Lines

September 28, 2015: OH&S: FTA Approves Action Plan to Improve Metrorail and Metrobus Systems

September 26, 2015: WTOP: D.C. official: Pope visit went ‘extremely well’

September 25, 2015: WTOP: Findings say Metro doesn’t do enough maintenance

September 25, 2015: Park View DC: Contra-flow Bike Lane in the Works for 11th Street, NW

September 23, 2015: Next City: Why More Rebels Should Invade Government

September 22, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Park(ing) Day highlights the value of green, public space

September 21, 2015: The Wash Cycle: New protected bike lanes planned for 6th NE, Brentwood Parkway and Pennsylvania west of the White House

September 21, 2015: WTOP: D.C. officials ready for pope, but warn of traffic delays

September 21, 2015: The Hill is Home: HABEMUS PAPA IN DC WEDNESDAY!

September 21, 2015: WAMU: 'Absolute Gridlock, Absolute Congestion' Await Commuters During Pope Visit

September 21, 2015: GCN: D.C. tackles bus bunching with smartphones

September 21, 2015: Newsweek: Preparing for the Traffic Demands of Pope Francis's Visit

September 21, 2015: Washington City Paper: Pope or Nope! Your Guide To Seeing (or Avoiding) Francis in D.C.

September 18, 2015: The Washington Post: Tips for getting around during Pope Francis’s visit to Washington

September 18, 2015: District Source: Streetcar May Carry Passengers in 2015, Yet

September 18, 2015: DCIST: Bowser Claims Streetcar Will Be Running By The End of the Year

September 18, 2015: First Coast News: Capitol Hill road closures during papal visit

September 18, 2015: Mass Transit: 2015 Top 40 Under 40: Joyce Tsepas, AICP

September 17, 2015: Mobility Lab:  “Bus Bunching” Being Solved in D.C. Thanks to Low-Cost Technology

September 17, 2015: WTOP: Bikes could free you from traffic during pope visit

September 17, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Here's where to enjoy Park(ing) Day tomorrow

September 17, 2015: Washington Area Bicyclist Association: THE PAPAL VISIT MIGHT AFFECT YOUR BIKE RIDE

September 17, 2015: DCIST: Cheh Introduces Comprehensive 'Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety' Bill

September 17, 2015: The Georgetowner: Park(ing) Day Friday: Parking Places to Public Spaces

September 17, 2015: Rapid Growth: In growing cities, parking challenges require creative solutions

September 16, 2015: The Washington Post: Biking will be better than driving during pope’s visit, but not without challenges

September 16, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Metro's bus system faces its own financial crunch

September 16, 2015: WTOP: Roads also closed to bikes, pedestrians during papal visit 

September 16, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: A new bikeway along Virginia Ave SE will connect the Anacostia to Capitol Hill

September 16, 2015: DCIST: PARK(ing) Day Returns Friday, Bigger Than Ever

September 16, 2015: Forest Hills Connection: Van Ness Metro west entrance to reopen temporarily, and other notes from the Sept. 15th ANC 3F meeting

September 15, 2015: The Washington Post: Traffic backups of nearly 2 hours possible during the pope’s visit. These alternate routes might help.

September 15, 2015: Forest Hills Connection: How a Forest Hills high school senior is earning his Eagle Scout wings

September 15, 2015: Washingtonian: 5 Popemobiles That Will Help Pope Francis Feel Like a Real Washingtonian

September 15, 2015: Hill Now: Union Station-Navy Yard Circulator Bus Route May Lose Several Stops

September 14, 2015: WAMU: Transit Officials: Try To Telework During Pope's D.C. Visit

September 14, 2015: Washington City Paper: D.C.: Telecommute During Papal Visit, But Use Metro if You Can’t

September 14, 2015: Washingtonian: Seriously, You Should Not Drive When the Pope Is Here

September 14, 2015: WTOP: Road closures for pope’s visit to create significant delays for commuters

September 14, 2015: Washington City Paper: A Crossing to Bear: Examining D.C.’s Most ‘Dangerous’ Intersections

September 11, 2015: Washington City Paper: D.C. has committed to ending traffic fatalities by 2024, but is it ready to take the necessary steps?

September 11, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Buses are slow on 16th Street. Waits for people boarding and traffic lights are the biggest culprits.

September 11, 2015: WAMU: Capital Streetcars: A Joyride Through D.C.'s Transit History

September 11, 2015: Washington City Paper: Pedestrian and bicyclist crashes in D.C., in maps and charts

September 11, 2015: DCIST: All Of The Road Closures You Need To Know About For The Pope's D.C. Visit

September 10, 2015: Fox 5 DC: Pope in DC: Traffic delays likely, high security planned for Pope Francis' three-day visit

September 10, 2015: NBC 4 Washington: Hoping for a Glimpse of the Pope? Head to the Ellipse Sept. 23

September 10, 2015: The Washington Post: Here are some major streets that will be closed for Pope Francis’s visit

September 10, 2015: Roll Call: D.C. Braces for Pope Francis Frenzy (Updated)

September 10, 2015: WJLA 7: Metro announces changes ahead of Pope Francis' visit

September 10, 2015: CBS DC: Metro Warns of Large Crowds During Pope Visit

September 10, 2015: LDLand: DDOT's Photo Archive Updated, Includes Old M Street and South Capitol Street Photos

September 9, 2015: The Hill Now: DC Metro bracing for Pope's visit

September 9, 2015: DCIST: Metro Will Do Its Best To Accomodate Riders During Pope's Visit

September 9, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: If people could load up SmarTrips before the bus arrives, it would speed up buses a lot

September 9, 2015: The Washington Post: Car2Go is coming to Arlington. But you can’t get one there and return it in D.C.

September 9, 2015: Washington City Paper: With Scandal Behind It, Adams Morgan Day Returns This Weekend

September 8, 2015: LDLand: Surveying the Current Virginia Ave. Tunnel Construction Footprint

September 6, 2015: Vox Transportation: Study: Bike share has (slightly) reduced congestion in Washington, DC

September 4, 2015: The Washington Times: D.C. crews to repair more alleys under ‘AlleyPalooza’ program

September 4, 2015: WTOP: D.C. officials take fact-finding mission to city’s most dangerous intersections (Map)

September 4, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: When governments make road data public, anyone can help make roads safer

September 4, 2015: DCIST: Beginning Next Month, Parking Meter Hours Will Extend In Busy Neighborhoods

September 4, 2015: Hill Now: ‘AlleyPalooza’ Returns to Repair More Capitol Hill-Area Alleys

September 4, 2015: Bethesda Magazine: New Numbers Show How Many People Are Using the Capital Crescent Trail

September 4, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: DDOT wants to ban bikes along streetcar tracks. That's the wrong approach.

September 3, 2015: WAMU: Top Metro Official Resigns In Wake Of Safety Lapse

September 3, 2015: WTOP: D.C. parking meter hours to be extended in busy neighborhoods

September 3, 2015: Hill Now: Capitol Hill Restoration Society Offers Recommendations for District Wildlife Plan

September 3, 2015: DCIST: Proposed Regulations Would Limit Cycling On Roads With Streetcar Tracks

September 3, 2015: The GW Hatchet: Sophomore sets lofty goals in campaign for seat on local advisory group

September 2, 2015: WTOP: Federal employees encouraged to work from home during papal visit

September 2, 2015: WTOP: Conflicting signs continue to confuse drivers in D.C.

September 2, 2015: Mobility Lab: In Rush-Hour D.C., Abundance of Transportation Options Look “Amazing” 

September 1, 2015: City Lab: Why D.C. Wants to Teach Every Kid How to Ride a Bike

September 1, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Van Ness residents say their neighborhood isn't safe for walking

September 1, 2015: ABC 7: Beleaguered D.C. Streetcar under reconstruction



August 31, 2015: JDLand: New Douglass Bridge Gets Federal OK, $587M Funding from DC

August 31, 2015: NBC Washington: Crosswalk Installed Outside D.C.'s United Medical Center

August 30, 2015: The Washington Post: New sidewalks are crumbling and flaking

August 28, 2015: WAMU: Bikeshare Program Indeed Reduces Traffic In Some Neighborhoods, Study Finds

August 28, 2015: WTOP: DDOT seeks proposals for streetcar mobile ticketing app

August 28, 2015: Fox News: D.C.’s bikes-for-tykes may shortchange charter school kids

August 27, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: A protected bikeway will soon come to C Street NE

August 27, 2015: Technically: Here’s your chance to design the DC streetcar’s mobile payment app

August 27, 2015: WAMU: Pro-Transit Group Attacks D.C. Traffic Congestion Report As Deeply Flawed

August 26, 2015: Planetizen: Study: Capital Bikeshare Reduces Congestion

August 26, 2015: The Washington Post: Summer vacation from traffic is drawing to a close

August 26, 2015: WTOP: D.C. tops list of nation’s worst traffic gridlock

August 26, 2015: Washington Business Journal: How you will use your phone to ride the D.C. streetcar

August 26, 2015: The Washington Post: D.C. news in brief

August 26, 2015: The Washington Post: The U.S. is choking on its traffic and it’s going to get worse

August 25, 2015: WTOP: Tips for back-to-school safety on the roads

August 25, 2015: NBC 4 Washington: Mayor Bowser Hopes to Put Traffic Light in Front of United Medical Center


August 25, 2015: District Chronicles: Vision Zero asks riders to Bikeshare their safety stories

Augist 24, 2015: The Washington Post: Bike lane installation slows down in the District

August 24, 2015: NBC 4 Washington: Woman Leaving Work at United Medical Center Killed in Hit-and-Run in Southeast D.C.

August 24, 2015: WAMU: Didn't Shovel Your Walk? In D.C., It'll Soon Be A Finable Offense

August 24, 2015: Washington City Paper: Bowser Kicks Off First Day of School With “Slow Down” Campaign

August 24, 2015: Fox 5 DC: Police: Driver in fatal Southeast DC hit-and-run identified

August 21, 2015: Washington City Paper: A group of Southwest residents are resisting the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s planned headquarters, citing concerns about overdevelopment. Will all end well?

August 21, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: The Metropolitan Branch Trail could learn a thing or two from Chicago's new bike trail

August 19, 2015: CBS DC: ‘Trail Rangers’ Help Foster Feeling of Safety on D.C. Bike Trails

August 19, 2015: The Wash Cycle: Road cyclist fatalities are declining overall, but increasing for adults (because they're biking more)

August 19, 2015: The Georgetown Dish: Canal Road to Add Signal in November to Improve Fletcher's Access

August 19, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: To bike across the Potomac, most use the 14th Street Bridge or Key Bridge

August 18, 2015: borderstan: DDOT Seeks Community Input on 16th Street Transit Improvements

August 18, 2015: The Washington Post: Where Americans go to work when they don’t work near home

August 18, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Should you stop in a bike lane? Check this chart to find out

August 17, 2015: Washington Business Journal: These are the most bike-friendly neighborhoods in D.C. 

August 17, 2015: The Washington Post: A conversation with WABA about biking in Washington

August 17, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Events roundup: Rapid Bus

August 17, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Check out Dublin's bikeshare system, and compare it to ours

August 17, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Petworth residents say changes to a dangerous traffic circle should go further

August 14, 2015: WJLA: Closed off in 1977, part of O Street reopens

August 14, 2015: Curbed: 20-Unit Apartment Building to Replace Petworth Funeral Home

August 14, 2015: DCIST: Part Of O Street Re-Opens After 38 Years A 'Green Street'

August 14, 2015: WTOP: Report reveals habits of D.C. commuters

August 13, 2015: DCIST: DDOT To Install Red Striping Along Parking Lanes Next To The Streetcar

August 13, 2015: Hill Now: H Street NE to Lose Parking Spots Tomorrow, Next Week

August 13, 2015: DCIST: Vision Zero Will Track Specially Branded Bikeshare Bikes

August 13, 2015: WTOP: With more people biking, local governments are trying to make it easier

August 13, 2015: WTOP: Exclusive: Southeast-Southwest Freeway signage still askew

August 13, 2015: The Hill Is Home: NEWLY PAINTED BIKE LANES ON 4TH, 6TH STREETS NE

August 12, 2015: The Washington Post: Traffic resumes on E Street NW after debris spill from truck

August 12, 2015: The Georgetown Dish: Tweaks Eyed for EastBanc Development

August 12, 2015: The Washington Post: 18-month construction project gets underway on Minnesota Avenue

August 11, 2015: WTOP: Back to school: D.C. students to add bike riding to their lessons

August 11, 2015: WJLA: Bloomingdale neighborhood flood prevention plan angers residents

August 11, 2015: Fox 5 DC:  Practice safety runs continue, but DC streetcars still on hold

August 11, 2015: NBC 4 Washington: Overgrown Trees Can Hide D.C. Street Signs

August 10, 2015: Stuff.co.nz: City traffic systems could be targets for hackers

August 10, 2015: WTOP: Revitalization project closing lanes of D.C. thoroughfare

August 10, 2015: Wash Cycle: Pennsylvania Avenue bike lane protection gap to be closed

August 9, 2015: Slow Civilized Cycling: Slow Cycling in the Nation's Capital

August 6, 2015: Washington Business Journal: D.C. starting over, again, with search for St. Elizabeths infrastructure contractor

August 6, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Which DC Councilmembers support fully protecting the Pennsylvania Avenue bikeway?

August 6, 2015: Park View DC: New Sidewalks AND TREES for Otis Place

August 5, 2015: WJLA: Church bishop, retired attorney battle over street parking in front of their houses

August 5, 2015: The Washington Post: A $3.5 million Capital Bikeshare bike purchase explained

August 5, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: DC will extend the 15th Street bikeway and add a pocket park, but crosswalks are still missing

August 4, 2015: WTOP: D.C. turns to tech to target illegal tree removal

August 4, 2015: The Wash Cycle: Capital Bikeshare had its 10 millionth ride earlier this summer

August 4, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Building the Edinburgh streetcar wasn't easy, but a lot of people ride it now

August 4, 2015: Popville: More Signs of the Streetcar Starting Soon

August 4, 2015: Washington Business Journals: D.C. turns to tech to target illegal tree removal

August 3, 2015: The Washington Post: Capital Bikeshare to get new bicycles, add nearly 60 stations starting this fall

August 3, 2015: Route Fifty: The Double-Edged Sword of a Proactive Agency Social Media Strategy

August 1, 2015: The Washington Post: Can a brusque Australian ‘streetcar ninja’ help save flawed District line?

August 1, 2015: The Washington Post: Why are random animal sculptures hanging from light posts in Southeast?



July 31, 2015: Popville: Finally Some Good News About 8th and O St, NW

July 30, 2015: Washington City Paper: DDOT Says Vision Zero Data Already Helping With Enforcement

July 30, 2015: CBS DC: D.C. Commuter Bike Trail Plagued By Crime to Get Safer With Addition of Mile Markers

July 30, 2015: DCIST: Amid Robberies, DDOT Will Install Mile Markers On The Metropolitan Branch Trail

July 30, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: People walking and biking will get a new connection from L'Enfant Plaza to the waterfront

July 30, 2015: WAMU: Midday Mugging Prompts Placement of Mile Markers Along D.C. Bike Trail

July 29, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Empty bikeshare stations don't always mean long waits

July 29, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Lousiana Avenue could get a protected bikeway

July 29, 2015: The Washington Post: Midsummer update on transportation projects

July 29, 2015: The Wash Cycle: Protected Bike Lane on Louisiana Avenue could connect MBT to Penn Avenue Lanes

July 28, 2015: My Fox DC: DDOT: Mile markers to be placed on Metropolitan Branch Trail 'within one month' 

July 27, 2015: Washington Area Bicyclist Association: MILE MARKERS COMING TO THE METROPOLITAN BRANCH TRAIL

July 27, 2015Greater Greater Washington:  Vision Zero

July 26, 2015: Angie's List: DDOT Alley Repairs Continue Through Summer

July 24, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Finally, the stop signs residents pushed for... along with some startling news

July 23, 2015: Washington City Paper: At Starburst Plaza, a Community Tries to Combat Synthetic Drug Use

July 23, 2015: WMAL: Capital Bikeshare Stations Coming to GW Parkway

July 22, 2015: Patch: Coming to GW Parkway: Capital Bikeshare

July 22, 2015: The Washington Post: DDOT to hold public workshopson Vision Zero initiative

July 22, 2015: Borderstan: DDOT to Host Informational Meeting About 15th Street Safety Improvements Tonight

July 22, 2015:  NBC 4 Capital Bikeshare Adding More Stations Along George Washington Memorial Parkway

July 22, 2015: DBVNews: DDOT workshops for Vision Zero safety initiative

July 21, 2015: The Nation's Health: Transportation officials tout public health benefits of streetcars in D.C.

July 21, 2015:  Hill Now: Maryland Avenue NE to Get Another Traffic Light

July 21, 2015: City Biz List: MMg Obtains BZA Variance for Mixed Use Building in Petworth

July 21, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Twelve out of 33 DC Streetcar fixes are complete

July 21, 2015: Popville: Gazebo Gone from Latney Funeral Home in Petworth – Rendering of What’s to Come

July 21, 2015: Petworth News: "A 2-year process for DDOT"

July 21, 2015: Newsroom: More Capital Bikeshare Coming to GW Parkway

July 21, 2015: The Wash Cycle: DDOT hosting Vision Zero events city wide

July 212015: Petworth News Blog: "A 2-year process for DDOT"

July 21, 2015: WAMU 88.5: H Street Residents Greet Streetcar News With Skepticism, Hope

July 20, 2015: Petworth News: Is DDOT using incomplete data for traffic safety analysis?

July 20, 2015: WAMU 88.5: Meet D.C.'s New Streetcar Launch Manager

July 20, 2015: Popville: A Sign of Streetcar Actually Operating on H Street, NE in the not far Distant Future?

July 20, 2015: Pulse Issues & Advocacy: A streetcar named incompetence

July 20, 2015: The Washington Post: Is DDOT using incomplete information for traffic safety analysis?

July 17, 2015: WUSA 9: Parking Enforcement "error" may cost DC $1M in refunds

July 17, 2015:  WAMU 88.5: What's Down The Road For Biking In D.C.?

July 16, 2015: Washington City Paper: D.C. Kicks Off Vision Zero Initiative to Stop Traffic Deaths

July 16, 2015: Washington Area Bicyclist Association: GO TO A VISION ZERO POP-UP EVENT

July 15, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Two downtown parking spots just became a new public park

July 15, 2015: The Hill Is Home: TELL DC HOW TO MAKE WARD 6 STREETS SAFE

July 15, 2015: Roll Call: Capitol Bike Accident Reveals Cyclists’ Challenges in D.C.

July 15, 2015: The Washington Post: Arlington County Board races to finish major plans before summer vacation

July 15, 2015: The Daily Caller: DC Streetcar Hasn’t Carried A Single Passenger, But It’s Collected $100,000 In Parking Fines

July 14, 2015: WTOP: Mini park occupies parking spots in D.C. neighborhood

July 14, 2015: Washington Life Magazine: Around Town: Play in the Park(let)

July 14, 2015: The Connection: Arlington: County Board To Vote on Retail Plan

July 14, 2015: DCIST: D.C. Has Issued More Than $100,000 In Fines For Blocking The Streetcar


July 13, 2015: The Washington Post: Safety at Kansas and Quincy is an issue

July 13, 2015: City Biz List: Eight Alleys in Each of DC’s Eight Wards to be Repaired, Renovated 

July 13, 2015: Anacostia Waterfront:  Project Construction Update: Anacostia Riverwalk Trail Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens Segment

July 13, 2015: Mobility Lab: Transit Data Gets More Intriguing As the Way It’s Presented Improves

July 13, 2015: Curbed: See 5 Developments Approved During the Zero-Parking Trend

July 11, 2015: Reason:Washington, D.C.'s Streetcar Is Delayed Again After an Engineering Report Raises Safety Concerns

July 10, 2015: WTOP: New Metro safety commission said to be on the way — again

July 9, 2015: WAMU: Long-Delayed D.C. Streetcar Months From Opening, Says DDOT Chief

July 9, 2015: DCIST: Bike Activists Will Be Protesting Illegal U-Turns With A Human Chain This Afternoon

July 9, 2015: ABC 7: Former D.C. streetcar workers protest

July 9, 2015: WTOP: Cyclists create human shield in push for safer bike lanes in D.C.

July 9, 2015: CBS DC: Cyclists Protest to Install Protective Barriers on Bike Lanes in NW

July 9, 2015: Examiner: The alleys in DC will be repaired; some

July 9, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: 33 things for DDOT to fix to open the DC Streetcar

July 9, 2015: The Washington Post: As costs were cut, D.C.’s streetcars were left frozen in tracks

July 9, 2015: Hill Now: Indigo Eatery Near H Street Corridor Clears Hurdle in Fight to Keep Patio

July 9, 2015: WTOP: Independent report identifies more problems with the D.C. Streetcar line

July 8, 2015: JDLand: Southeast Blvd. Planning Study Completed, Now DDOT Will Study

July 8, 2015: Hill Now: ‘AlleyPalooza’ Campaign Aims to Fix Capitol Hill-Area Alleys

July 8, 2015: WUSA 9: 64 alleys to be repaired during DC's 'AlleyPalooza'

July 8, 2015: WTOP: Wait — there’s free parking near Nationals Park? Not exactly

July 8, 2015: The Washington Post: Forging a safer path for pedestrians in the District

July 7, 2015: DCIST: Mayor Bowser To Kick Off 'AlleyPalooza' Tomorrow

July 7, 2015: My Fox 5: ONLY ON FOX: Transgender woman claims group of kids threatened, threw bottle at her during bus ride

July 7, 2015: The Washington Post: ANC commissioner gets safety improvements in Petworth

July 5, 2015: The Washington Times: Desire cools for streetcar in D.C. amid missteps, costs


June 30, 2015: The Washington Post: Sinkhole opens up on 7th Street NW in Petworth

June 30, 2015: Hill Rag: Bridging the Gap: DC United Soccer Stadium

June 28, 2015: Associted Press: D.C. region may see these transit projects

June 28, 2015: Fredericksburg:  D.C. region may see these transit projects

June 27, 2015: WTOP:  More funds available to fix D.C.’s rough roads

June 26, 2015: The Washington Post: Traffic, transit tips for the weekend

June 25, 2015: The Washington Post: Are the District’s roads really the worst in the country?

June 25, 2015: The Washington Post: D.C. plans early reopening of 16th Street bridge

June 25, 2015: WTOP: DDOT details area’s structurally deficient bridges

June 25, 2015: DCIST: DDOT Will Complete Work On The 16th Street Bridge Project Early

June 25, 2015: WTOP: 16th Street bridge to reopen early

June 23, 2015The Washington Post: Major work for Capitol Crossing project is set to begin on I-395

June 23, 2015: Popville: “The NoMa Parks Foundation has selected the design concept for L Street, NE underpass” Check Out a Rendering

June 23, 2015: DIstrict Source: 13-story K Street Hotel Seeks Approval without Parking

June 19, 2015: The Washington Post: Traffic, transit tips for the weekend

June 18, 2015: Washington City Paper: Riding a Bike on the Sidewalk Makes Sense. Why the Hate?

June 17, 2015: The Washington Post: D.C. news in brief

June 16, 2015: WTOP:  D.C. to audit traffic system security vulnerabilities

June 16, 2015: 4 NBC Washington:  DDOT: Traffic Signal Timing Changes Save Drivers Time

June 15, 2015: 4 NBC Washington: Researcher Claims He Can Hack Traffic Light Signals

June 13, 2015: CBS DC: Partial Lane Closures on Interstate 395 in D.C.

June 12, 2015: WUSA 9: DC launches new Circulator bus route on National Mall

June 11, 2015: The GW Hatchet: Circulator buses now to operate through National Mall

June 11, 2015: Hill Now: Bike Advocates Push to Connect Tracks near Union Station, Capitol

June 8, 2015: Hill Now: Capitol Crossing Construction to Snarl Traffic Around I-395

June 3, 2015: Hill Now: UPDATED: Man Hit By Car Near Union Station

June 2, 2015: CBS DC: AAA: D.C.’s Speed Cameras May Be More About Money Than Safety

June 1, 2015: Popville: “Motorcycles Cops on the MBT”



May 30, 2015: Hill Rag: ANC 6A Report

May 28, 2015: DCIST: D.C. Taxis May Soon Warn Passengers Not To 'Door' Cyclists

May 27, 2015: The Washington Post: Four more months of traffic headaches around Watergate complex

May 22, 2015: ATU Local 689: DC Streetcar: Fix It, Staff It, Start It

May 21, 2015: Washington Newsline:  Transportation Industry Professionals Meet D.C.’s New DOT Director

May 21, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: Mary Cheh's annual joke budget memo mocks the streetcar, endless transportation studies, and more

May 20, 2015: Hill Now: Poll: How Concerned Are You About Streetcar Safety?

May 18, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: It's our live chat with DC transportation head Leif Dormsjo

May 18, 2015: WAMU: Capitol Hill Residents Plead With DDOT For Faster Action To Slow Down Traffic

May 15, 2015: Downtown DC: PRESS RELEASE: DDOT Announces Penn Ave Wheel Stops at DowntownDC BID Bike to Work Day

May 14, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: We're talking to DDOT head Leif Dormsjo on Monday. What do you want to ask him?

May 13, 2015: WN: DDOT Introduces the RideDC Trip Planner (District of Columbia Department of Transportation)

May 12, 2015: The Washington Times: D.C. area transportation agencies scramble to fill potholes

May 11, 2015: The Washington Post: D.C.’s congressional delegate uses a bridge to make a point

May 8, 2015: Hill Now: Giant Tree Branch Falls on Capitol Hill, Closes Street

May 5, 2015: Hill Now: Ginkgo Trees on Capitol Hill Getting Odor-Eliminating Spraying

May 4, 2015: Greater Greater Washington: A history of streetcar planning in the District

May 1, 2015: Hill Now: Metropolitan Branch Trail in NoMa Reopens After Fire



April 30, WTOPParking tickets near Nationals Park overturned upon further review

April 29, 2015: WUSA 9: Mystery parking meters in front of DC's Superior Court

April 24, 2015WAMU 88.5: In D.C., You Can Now Plant A Tree With Little More Than A Click

April 23, 2015: 4 NBC Washington: DDOT Announces New Traffic Light Patterns Downtown

April 23, 2015: Washington Post: D.C. to retime hundreds of traffic signals

April 22, 2015: WTOP: D.C. admits Sunday parking sign is wrong

April 17, 2015: The Washington Post: District officials decry disabled parking fraud, but have failed to fix it

April 8, 2015: The Washington Post: DDOT launches Ride DC app

April 7, 2015: CBS Local: DDOT to Resume Parking Meter Enforcement Near Nats Park on Sundays, Holidays

April 7, 2015: WTOPDrivers must pay to park for all Nationals home games — even on holidays

April 2, 2015: The Washington Post: Bowser’s budget for D.C. streetcar project focuses on single, 7.5-mile line


March 25, 2015: WUSATV9$2M Potholepalooza campaign begins in DC

March 25, 2015: The Washington Post: If it’s spring, it must be time for Potholepalooza

March 20, 2015: The Washington Post: District streetcar line can open following fixes, industry group says

March 19, 2015: The Washington Post: Labor woes hit D.C. streetcar project

March 17, 2015, WJLA: DDOT makes changes to increase bicyclist, pedestrian safety

March 16, 2015: The Washington Post: Commuters: Beware of upcoming 16th St. Bridge project

March 12, 2015Washington PostOvernight truck deliveries coming to D.C.

March 12, 2015WTOPNewsThe challenge of filling the area’s worst potholes

March 9, 2015: Washington PostNew push to reduce traffic deaths in District is part of national effort

March 8, 2015: The Washington Post: Transportation chief asks if troubled District streetcar system can be saved

March 6, 2015: The Washington Post: D.C. is spending $1 million on another study of the 16th Street NW corridor


February 25, 2015: NBC 4: The Hole Story: Mapping How Long It Takes to Fix DC Potholes

February 22, 2015: The Washington Post: Streetcar ‘flash fire’ during storm prompts investigation, questions

February 21, 2015: CBS DC: D.C. Faring Better Than Most States in Federal Highway Funding

February 16, 2015: The Washington Post: As CSX starts work on Virginia Ave. tunnel, opponents ask court to stop it in its tracks

February 16, 2015NBC4: News4 Takes a Tour of the Key Bridge

February 11, 2015: The Washington Post: DDOT releases new traffic plan for mammoth project on top of I-395

February 6, 2015: Washington Full Circle: Getting Around DC

February 4, 2015: The Washington Post: New DDOT director: No date yet for D.C. streetcar opening

February 2, 2015: NBC4: Capital Bikeshare Prepares for System Disruption


January 28, 2015: WJLA 7: Winter weather causing pothole problems for D.C. motorists

January 28, 2015: NBC4 WashingtonHistory Unearthed: Boundary Stones of D.C. 

January 24, 2015: The Washington Post: Proposals aim to ease I-66 commute, add bike lanes in D.C.

January 23, 2015The Washington City Paper: The Answers Issue

January 16, 2015The Washington Post: D.C. streetcar misses another deadline. Long-delayed project won’t open next week

January 13, 2015The Washington PostMetro rider who helped dying passenger: ‘I told her she was going to be okay.’

January 8, 2015: StatescoopHow smartphones improved real-time bus tracking in D.C

January 8, 2015: The Washington Post: Another mishap for the D.C. streetcar system

January 8, 2015WUSATV9: Beware falling icicles while driving

January 7, 2015Greater Greater Washington: Experts are optimistic about Leif Dormsjo

January 3, 2015: The Washington Post: Two weeks away from opening, long-awaited D.C. streetcar has fender bender

January 1, 2015: The Washington Post: 10 things that will change commuting in the D.C. region during 2015