03 Apr 2017

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Gilbert Vanderwerken and his Omnibus

Public transportation is a subject that I return to again and again. Today, I will look at one of the earliest ways you could get to the Navy Yard from the rest of Washington. In the early days in Washington, the only form of public transportation was a stagecoach that went from the Capitol to […]


02 Feb 2017

DC:

Prepare for Headaches: Metro Service Disruptions

In case you missed it, Metro is going to have bus-only service to Downtown this weekend.


03 Nov 2015

DC:

Be Part of Metro’s Riders’ Advisory Council

Are you a bus or rail commuter? Would you like to have a say in how Metro is run? Why not become part of the all-volunteer Riders’ Advisory Council? From the WMATA press release: The 21-member Council includes six individuals from Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia, two at-large members, and the head of the […]


25 Aug 2015

Events:

PARK(ing) Day Permit Applications Now Being Accepted

DC’s annual PARK(ing) Day is returning Friday, September 18, and this is your chance to be part of the action. DDOT is accepting permit applications to set up your own PARK(ing) spot. The day is part of the city’s work to promote alternative modes of transportation. As much as I love my car and the convenience […]


21 Jul 2015

ANC:

Upcoming Meeting on Intersection of 18th Street SE and Potomac Avenue SE

Tomorrow, July 22, at 10am, ANC Commissioner Brian Flahaven will host a meeting to discuss options for improving the safety of the intersection of 18th Street SE and Potomac Avenue SE, which is the entrance to Congressional Cemetery. In a post on his blog, Flahaven explained, “Numerous vehicle accidents have taken place at 18th and Potomac, […]


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