18 Nov 2019

News:

Street Justice: Scooters are Bad Like Cars Were/Are Bad

Gordon Chaffin is a freelance journalist who focuses on infrastructure and traffic news and insights for Street Justice. You can support independent journalism by subscribing to Gordon’s newsletter. He’s offering a 20% discount to THIH readers.  –Maria Helena Carey Lime Deploys Their 3.0 E-Scooter Today, Lime deployed to DC its third version electric scooter. I tested the 3.0 model 10 months ago at Transportation Camp DC. You can read my review for free, but here are […]


11 Nov 2019

News:

Street Justice: Are You Ready for Snow-Filled Streets?

Gordon Chaffin is a freelance journalist who focuses on infrastructure and traffic news and insights for Street Justice. You can support independent journalism by subscribing to Gordon’s newsletter. He’s offering a 20% discount to THIH readers.  –Maria Helena Carey DDOT Building P Street SW Cycletrack DDOT will construct a two-way cycletrack on P Street SW, from 4th to 2nd Streets NW. That’s according to David Cranor of The Wash Cycle, who captured the response DDOT sent […]


11 Nov 2019

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Walter Sowerbutts

Last year, in writing about the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, I wrote about the only veteran I could find at the last minute. I was told that there were, indeed, more, and this year I want to look at one of them: a young man with the mellifluous name […]


04 Nov 2019

News:

Street Justice: : New Pick-Up/Drop-Off and a Weak Press Conference

Gordon Chaffin is a freelance journalist who focuses on infrastructure and traffic news and insights for Street Justice. You can support independent journalism by subscribing to Gordon’s newsletter. He’s offering a 20% discount to THIH readers.  –Maria Helena Carey What is “Traffic Calming?” Many of the transportation projects we cover in Street Justice involve something called Traffic Calming. What’s that? Well, it’s street design to slow motorists down. Why slow cars down? Vehicle speed is the […]


29 Oct 2019

News:

Hill Buzz

Good morning from Capitol Hill, an “isolating and serious place to live sometimes.” Isn’t it great to have our city explained to us by the kind, erudite folks at the New York Times? What would we do without them? Anyway. I’d like to send a hearty shout-out to all the kind, warm folks I met […]


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