• The Circulator is now free. Why just the Circulator? It’s complicated.

      By Caitlin Rogger     March 19th, 2019

      Following two months of free rides on DC’s Circulator bus in February and March, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that Circulator rides will now be free, permanently. But with no routes serving Wards 4, 5, or 7, is making the Circulator free really an equitable move?

    • The K Street Transitway gets $122 million. What’s the K Street Transitway?

      By David Alpert     March 19th, 2019

      DC Mayor Muriel Bowser pledged $122 million to build the K Street Transitway in her State of the District address Monday evening. Residents who haven't been in DC for a decade, and probably 98% of those who have, may have been wondering: What the heck is the K Street Transitway?

    • Bus-only lanes on H and I streets NW could make for a faster downtown commute

      By Caitlin Rogger     March 18th, 2019

      Your bus ride in DC may get quicker this summer, thanks to a proposed downtown bus lane pilot. Buses on H and I Streets past the White House will get dedicated bus lanes during rush hours from early June to late September.

    • Make buses better in Baltimore, Richmond, and Washington, says a regional business group

      By David Alpert     September 18th, 2018

      Baltimore, Washington, and Richmond should all make their bus service a priority with more lanes, faster boarding, better infromation, and much more. Those are recommendations from the Greater Washington Partnership, a super-regional business-led organization which just released a new issue brief on bus service.

    • Your recommendation for a better Metro pass is…

      By David Alpert     December 13th, 2017

      I asked, and you answered: here are the results of the survey I set up to collect riders' thoughts on WMATA's current and potential pass products. What do you think of the recommendations?