After Electric Scooters And Bike-Sharing Took Over D.C., Mopeds Are Slated To Be Next (8-12-19)

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Though some residents are irritated by them piling up around several spots in D.C., the scooters currently on…

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D.C. Tests System That Allows Delivery Drivers To Reserve Space At The Curb (8-2-19)

Delivery drivers jockeying for parking on D.C. streets can now reserve curb space in advance — part of the city’s…

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East Of The Anacostia Residents Discuss How Transportation Can Be More Equitable (6-14-19)

Communities east of the Anacostia River have historically faced less investment from the city. The road network is largely built…

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The Car Is Still King In The Washington Region, Poll Finds (6-7-19)

Most people in the Washington region drive their own cars to get around each day, according to a Washington Post-Schar School…

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