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Best Ways to Get to the Redskins Game

​From driving to Uber to Metrorail, here’s how you get to FedEx Field on gameday.

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  1. White nationalists at the deadly 2017 Charlottesville rally.

    White nationalists at the deadly 2017 Charlottesville rally.

    Anthony Crider via Creative Commons License 2.0

    Thousands Converge on DC for White Nationalist Event

    Everything you need to know about the planned Aug. 12 Unite the Right 2 march and rally in Washington, DC. Streets around Foggy Bottom, Lafayette Square and points in between will be closed through the evening. Bus lines have been rerouted.

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  2. Senators and representatives pay their respects to President Ronald Reagan during a service at the US Capitol Rotunda in June 2004.

    Senators and representatives pay their respects to President Ronald Reagan during a service at the US Capitol Rotunda in June 2004.

    US Navy File Photo

    Paying Your Respects to John McCain: What You Need to Know

    The late senator and Vietnam War hero will lie in state at the US Capitol Rotunda on Friday.

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  3. Spicy miso ramen, anyone?

    Spicy miso ramen, anyone?

    Hanabi Ramen

    Turning Bytes to Bites at Hanabi Ramen

    The retired video-game maker who brought Pac-Man to your iPhone now brings ramen to diners in Arlington and beyond.

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  4. Kids can ride OmniBus free on April 26.

    Kids can ride OmniBus free on April 26.

    Children Ride OmniRide Buses Free With Adults on April 26 (Sponsored Content)

    OmniBus encourages children to ride along as part of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day.

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  5. Visualize 2045 logo

    Visualize 2045 logo

    Metropolitan Washington Council of Goverments

    DC-Area Transportation Officials Release Plan for 2045’s Commuters

    The National Capital Region’s Transportation Planning Board unveiled “Visualize 2045,” its roadmap for transit in the region. There are more than 600 highway and transit proposals included, for which the TPB believes there’s enough money. There are also aspirational projects and shared goals for the regional transportation authorities.

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  6. Metrorail car enters McPherson Square station.

    Metrorail car enters McPherson Square station.

    WMATA Officials: Improving Service is Too Expensive, But We Should Have Farmers Markets

    Metro can’t, and shouldn’t even try, to increase off-peak service to attract more customers. That’s the consensus of WMATA’s Board of Directors, shared during last week’s meeting. Metro officials have—in the same handful of smartphone-dependant, venture capital-dependent mobility solutions— a perfect villain when explaining reduced ridership and a perfect excuse to continue reductions in non-rush hour services.

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  7. Traffic on I-95

    Traffic on I-95

    Neighbors Skeptical of Wider I-270, Beltway, and BW Parkway

    Washington Post poll shows Maryland drivers fearful of highway widening and toll scheme. Car commuters fear to have to pay the toll rates VA drivers now cough up on I-66.

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  8. I-395 NB Ramp to EB Route 27 Overnight Lane Closures on Oct. 17-18

    The ramp from the northbound I-395 general purpose lanes to eastbound Route 27 (Exit 8B) will have single-lane closures (weather permitting) Wednesday night, Oct. 17 and Thursday night, Oct. 18 for pavement milling and paving, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation.

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  9. Metroway Bus in Crystal City

    Metroway Bus in Crystal City

    DC’s Bus System is an Economic Buzzkill

    The bus systems in DC, Baltimore, and Maryland are so poor that businesses are less likely to locate here and job hunters less likely to find employment. That’s the conclusion of an October report from the Greater Washington Partnership.

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