Got something to say about Metro’s budget? Now’s your chance.
Metro is holding three public hearings on its proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2023 as questions remain about the system's recovery from the pandemic.
How do you build a better regional bus network? This coalition has some ideas.
A new report offers a glimpse into how far the region has come in expanding and improving bus service.
Plans for a revamped Douglas Street bridge move forward
The replacement of a bridge connecting pedestrians to several neighborhoods in Ward 7 is moving forward as the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) plans to hold a public meeting on the project.
Capital Bikeshare and Metro extend free rides for mobile SmarTrip card offer through June
WMATA and Capital Bikeshare are offering 10 free rides to people who sign up to pay to ride Metro on their smartphones.
Wednesday is Car Free Day
Walk, bike, hop on a bus, ride a scooter... just try not to drive in a car alone, and you're set.
WMATA set out a timeline to electrify its buses. A DC Council roundtable asks: why not sooner?
Metro plans to fully convert its fleet to electric buses by 2045. But DC Council officials are urging the agency to speed up its timeline, holding a roundtable this month on the issue.
Metro’s Rail Operations Control Center splits the system into three parts. Soon, it will be four.
Like the control tower at the airport, Metro has control centers that tell trains where to go. On Aug. 22, Metro made an addition that will spread out the workload and make the system safer and more reliable.
Not quite “back to normal,” but closer: Metrorail projects continue as the agency restores most service
As Labor Day approaches, Metro riders can expect a lot of service changes, updates, and improvements. Here's what we know so far.
DC Sustainable Transportation applauds Mayor Bowser’s ReOpen DC transportation agenda and urges rapid implementation
WASHINGTON, DC - DC Sustainable Transportation (DCST), applauds the transportation recommendations of Mayor Bowser’s ReOpen DC Advisory Group, released last week. “We stand ready to assist her in implementing the changes to our transportation systems and infrastructure needed to protect public health and get the District's economy working again,” said Joe Sternlieb, Chair of DCST and CEO of the Georgetown Business Improvement District.
The ReOpenDC report recommends reallocating street space for walking, restaurants, and buses
"DC should reallocate sidewalks and streets to support physical distancing for residents and greater outdoor capacity for restaurants and other businesses," says one section of a new report, released Thursday by Mayor Muriel Bowser, "as well as reconfigure road lanes to prioritize Lifeline Network bus corridors."
Image by Sam Kittner / DDOT used with permission.