Washington D. C.
D.C. Plans More Regulations for Micromobility Operators
Operators are pushing back against new proposed rules that some say could 'kneecap' the District's micromobility industry.
D.C. Has Concerns About Parking and the Cost of Maglev Proposal
Washington, D.C. officials are urging modifications to key components of a proposal to build a maglev system between D.C. and Baltimore, citing disruptions to neighborhoods and cost concerns.
D.C. Transit Agencies Ready to Serve Returning Commuters
The region's transit providers are gearing up to provide enhanced service, shorter headways, and reduced or free fares as more people return to public transportation.
D.C. Metro Begins 24/7 Work to Improve Train Rails on Multiple Lines
Train rail construction work is underway in Washington D.C. with a planned project completion date on Labor Day.
Ridership Down for Northern Virginia Public Transit
Metrorail has seen ridership improve in Northern Virginia, but not enough to balance out the losses to bus ridership.
No Consensus on How to Address Declining D.C. Metro Ridership
A decrease in ridership is not disputed. However, ideas about the best solutions for turning things around abound.
Rent Down 3.9% for Apartments in the Nation's Capital
After years of rising rents D.C., 2017 brought a bump in new apartment supply and a dip in apartment rents around the city.
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