26 Jan 2019

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GigabitDCX Live Demo 1/30

Have you ever seen a parked car on your block with a bunch of tickets on the windshield and wondered how much money was owed and why the car wasn’t getting towed? Or perhaps you’ve seen a serial red-light runner terrorizing your part of the neighborhood and wondered if this person has ever been ticketed […]


25 Jan 2019

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DDOT @ Work: Plan your routes accordingly

It’s pretty exciting watching the final stages of construction along I-395/295 along I Street SE. The price of progress is a few (more) pain points. Next week, Tuesday and Wednesday, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will temporarily close single lanes roadways for bridge and tunnel inspections. DDOT will temporarily close single lanes on the […]


22 Jan 2019

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Hill Buzz

Good morning, Capitol Hill DC! Hope you’re staying as warm as you possibly can, considering the “feels like” in our weather apps is in the negative digits. Think warm thoughts and make a cocoon around yourself! First things first: Just how devastating is this shutdown at a local level? For one, Metro is losing $400,000 […]


15 Jan 2019

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Hill Buzz

Welcome back! Did you enjoy your snow day? I know I did. Kudos to the DC government for making sure roads were plowed and appropriately salted, and to everyone who made the right call early on Sunday night and decided it was probably a good idea to just sit this one out. Go ahead, Northerners: […]


09 Jan 2019

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Metro Transit Police Arrests Suspect Who Attacked Two People at Navy Yard Metro

Honestly, between the good job they did with the white powder guy on New Year’s Eve and this arrest, I’m a little impressed with Metro Transit Police lately. From a WMATA press release: MTPD arrested Leon Quarles, 23, of Washington, DC, on charges of felony assault following a violent and unprovoked attack on two innocent […]


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