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Users of the region's popular bike-sharing system say they're making trips they otherwise wouldn't, have changed the way they get around town and are feeling healthier as a result.
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.
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.
Green Line riders faced significant delays this morning, which Metro said was made worse when a rider opened emergency doors
A third battle of Manassas is underway in Northern Virginia. This fight does not concern the fate of the nation — it's about a highway.
Eager to serve the "corridor of significance" between Prince William and Loudoun Counties, planners have released a new study on a proposed highway in Northern Virginia.
Security has been increased in Washington D.C. following the explosions in Boston this week, but security experts say the odds of being injured by a terrorist attack are still infinitesimal.
There are five construction companies currently in the running for the Silver Phase II contract, and many of them have a track record of going over budget on public projects in Virginia.
Bids from contractors on Phase II of the Silver Line come in soon, and while a focus on taking the lowest bidder does lighten the load on drivers, history shows that those savings may prove illusory.
While many in Annapolis are pleased with the potential of a Purple Line addition to the Metro, many business owners and local residents are expressing concern for their neighborhoods and businesses.
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