Hold on, Red Line riders. Metro officials say they hope to be able to restore smoother computer-operated service across the Red Line by March of next year and the rest of the system by 2017.
Vice President Joe Biden will stand alongside Virginia lawmakers on Wednesday to tout federal funding for transportation projects in Norfolk, Virginia.
Metro's top engineer will brief the transit agency's board today on plans to return trains to computer control — something not seen since the fatal Red Line crash in 2009.
The Arlington County Board gave the go-ahead on Wednesday for a contractor to begin the preliminary engineering and design work on a 7.4 mile streetcar system in Arlington and Fairfax Counties.
The county government has purchased four drones for use by its fire department and innovation office, but bureaucracy is keeping them grounded for now.
Taxicab companies in the District say unregulated "ridesharing" services like UberX are eating into their bottom line by taking street hails, and they want that to change.
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