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Got Something to Say About Proposed Changes to Columbia Pike Bus Service? Here’s How to Comment

​Changes include additional limited-stop service in Arlington and new/enhanced connections between Crystal City, Pentagon City and Skyline City.

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  1. Transit Disruptions for Sept. 18-22, 2017

    Be prepared for significant delays on the Metrorail Orange Line on Monday due to impacts from weekend maintenance.

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  2. Demonstration Day on the National Mall

    Saturday’s protests include a pro-Trump rally, a liberal march, a march and rally by enthusiasts of the hardcore hip-hop act Insane Clown Posse, a 5K ... and maybe a few weddings.

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  3. Morning Rush: Stomping Ground

    ​A friendly, casual neighborhood place in the middle of Alexandria’s Del Ray neighborhood.

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  4. The two most recent cab driver robberies occurred in the 3500 block of A Street in Southeast D.C.

    The two most recent cab driver robberies occurred in the 3500 block of A Street in Southeast D.C.

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    Man Arrested for Allegedly Robbing Cab Drivers at Knifepoint

    Thomas Maynard Parker, 26, of Northeast D.C., was charged with three counts of armed robbery (knife).

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  5. What to Do About Recent Credit Card Skimmers at Gas Stations

    Over the last several weeks, motorists have reported fraudulent activity on their credit cards after using them at gas stations across the Washington, D.C. area. Most recently, Arlington County said a skimming device was found inside a pump on the 4000 block of Old Dominion Drive.

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  6. PARK(ing) Day Returns to D.C. Friday

    ​Around the world, residents and businesses establish temporary parks in metered parking spaces.

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  7. Juggalos - fans of hip-hop act Insane Clown Posse - march on Saturday.

    Juggalos - fans of hip-hop act Insane Clown Posse - march on Saturday.

    Weekend Transit Disruptions for Sept. 15-17, 2017

    Pro-Trump rally, anti-Trump protest, grown men and women with their faces painted like clowns and street festivals will pack the District this weekend. Not to mention the Nationals’ three-game series against the Dodgers.

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  8. Fairfax Connector Changes Starting Sept. 30

    The changes will affect commuters who travel to military installations such as the Pentagon and Fort Belvoir, as well as throughout the Springfield area.

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  9. Drive the Billionth Mile, Win Free Year of Travel on Express Lanes

    Transurban hosts contest to celebrate milestone.

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