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Metro: Bethesda Escalators Are At End Of Useful Life

Commuters find little comfort in Metro's response to ongoing Bethesda station escalator outages.

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Top 10 Worst Intersections In Montgomery County

Montgomery County traffic isn't getting worse, but it also isn't getting any better, according to a transit report released this week.

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Cyclists Cross Anacostia Bridge To Prove It's Unsafe

Many cyclists and pedestrians in the District say the Frederick Douglass Bridge over the Anacostia River is unsafe to cross, and yesterday, some of them set out to prove it.

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Pedicabbers Call D.C.'s New Regulations Unfair, Unnecessary

Next week, D.C. is scheduled to enact new safety regulations for pedicabs, those rickshaws strapped to bicycles you often see on the National Mall.

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For Dulles Metro Project, The Fight Is Far From Over

After months of intense negotiations, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has dropped its plans to build an underground Metro Station at Dulles Airport. The move may have satisfied some local lawmakers, but negotiations on the project are far from over.

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Pedicabbers Up In Arms After Seeing Driver Tased On Mall

D.C. pedicab operators are once again calling attention to their treatment by the U.S. Park Police after they say one of their own was unfairly arrested and subdued with a Taser on the National Mall.

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Expect Weekend Metro Delays For The Next 12 Months

Metro has released a schedule for its track maintenance projects over the next 12 months which calls for widespread delays and closures.

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D.C. Council's Shakeup Means Changes For Metro

D.C. Council Chairman Kwame Brown is stripping Council member Tommy Wells of a key committee post, and that has implications for Metro.

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Gray Reverses Course On Dulles Metro Station

A key supporter of an underground Metro Station at Dulles Airport has reversed course.

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GAO Says Metro Board Micromanages

The federal Government Accountability Office says Metro's board of directors is guilty of micromanagement.

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