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There were bikes aplenty on the road to school this morning, in a national event to promote healthier lifestyles and greater bicycle safety.
There's still plenty of work to do to make Metro safer, but a recent survey shows progress in employees' willingness to report safety issues on the transit system.
The Maryland Transportation Administration is holding five open houses to update residents on the progress of the Purple Line—and some residents aren't happy with what they're seeing.
D.C. officials sketched out the route of a new M Street bicycle lane on Monday, which would feature many improvements over existing designs, including a greater buffer against automobile traffic.
The Roosevelt Bridge will be closed at various times on Sunday for a film starring Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, and Robert Redford.
D.C.'s 7,300 taxicabs should be able to accept credit cards by September, said the D.C. Taxicab Commissioner today.
It may be a good weekend to take a car into the city, as nine Metro stations will be closed for repairs, adding nearly an hour to travel times for some.
A newly renovated Columbus Plaza is making life easier for drivers and pedestrians coming in and out of Union Station.
The D.C. Taxicab Commission has unveiled renderings of its proposed red-and-grey color scheme that all cabs will eventually have to adopt.
Metro wants to walk away from the troubled Silver Spring Transit Center, but Montgomery County officials are say they have no intention of letting them.
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