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Rally For Roads Calls On Congress To Solve Transportation Funding Quandary

With the Highway Trust Fund about to be empty, lawmakers, labor unions, and road-building advocates say the problem must be fixed, and quickly.
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New Hampshire Avenue To Become Two-Way For Stretch In Foggy Bottom

Next Tuesday, New Hampshire Avenue between Washington Circle and M Street will be changed from one-way to two-way.

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DDOT Not Moving Fast Enough On Maryland Avenue Corridor, Residents Say

Residents of a Northeast D.C. neighborhood where a pedestrian was badly injured in a crash say the District is partly to blame for failing to fix a dangerous intersection.
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D.C. Unveils Four Possible Routes For North-South Streetcar Line

D.C. is studying a number of options for a nine-mile north-south streetcar route stretching from Buzzard Point to Takoma, and today published four possible route maps.

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Legal And Political Battles Bedevil Ridesharing Services Across Region

App-based ridesharing services like Uber, Lyft and Sidecar have faced legal and political battles throughout the region and country. But what is their status in D.C., Virginia and Maryland?
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Metro Eyes July 28 Start For Silver Line Passenger Service

Metro is targeting July 20 for the start of what it's calling "simulated service" on the new Silver Line out to Reston, Virginia, with passenger service following more than a week later.
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Track Work Scheduled On Metro This Weekend

Scheduled track work could make for a longer than usual wait on the Metro platform this weekend.
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D.C. Shifts Streetcar Timeline, Now Says Service To Start 'Before End' Of 2014

Just when will streetcars run on H Street NE? At some point in 2014, say city officials, slightly shifting the ever-shifting deadline.
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Candidates For Montgomery County Executive Seat Debate Delayed Transit Center

The Democratic candidates for Montgomery County executive held their first televised debate Tuesday morning. The county's "big white elephant" was a big topic of discussion.
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D.C. Couple Invents Kid's Seat For Capital Bikeshare, Prompting Bikeshare Objection

A kid's seat designed by a Capitol Hill couple that attaches to Capital Bikeshare bikes might be a novel idea, but the bike-sharing system says it violates its terms of use.

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