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METRO TO WELCOME BICYCLES ON TRAINS AT RUSH HOUR

The policy change is expected to make Metrorail a more attractive travel option for reverse commuters (i.e. customers traveling outbound in the morning and inbound in the evening) who want to take their bike to travel between the rail station and their workplace.

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  1. Fairfax County officials at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Leesburg Pike sidewalk.

    Fairfax County officials at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Leesburg Pike sidewalk.

    Fairfax County DOT

    LEESBURG PIKE SIDEWALKS UNDER CHAIN BRIDGE ROAD COMPLETED

    Two new sidewalks are part of the Dulles corridor bicycle and pedestrian access improvements and provide enhanced pedestrian access along Leesburg Pike with 1,100 feet of sidewalk on the north side and 800 feet of sidewalk on the south side.

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  2. Mayor Bowser Awards More Than $300K in Vision Zero Grants To Local Community Partners Working to Create a Safer, Stronger DC

    Tuesday, December 11, 2018

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    Mayor Bowser Awards More Than $300K in Vision Zero Grants To Local Community Partners Working to Create a Safer, Stronger DC

    Washington, DC – Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that $317,000 in Vision Zero grants will be awarded to community organizations working to implement…

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  3. The late President George H.W. Bush will lie in state at the U.S. Capitol Rotunda from Monday night through Wednesday morning.

    The late President George H.W. Bush will lie in state at the U.S. Capitol Rotunda from Monday night through Wednesday morning.

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    PAYING YOUR RESPECTS TO BUSH 41: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

    The U.S. Capitol Rotunda will be open to the public from 7:30 p.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Wednesday. A funeral service is scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Washington National Cathedral.

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  4. Freezing rain, sleet and snow will impact the morning commute Thursday.

    Freezing rain, sleet and snow will impact the morning commute Thursday.

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    WINTRY MIX IMPACTS AM RUSH-HOUR COMMUTE

    A winter weather advisory is scheduled to be in effect from 4 a.m. through 1 p.m. Thursday.

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  5. Montgomery County is considering options for a permanent change to the Capital Crescent Trail crossing at Little Falls Parkway. Little Falls has been on a temporary road diet there after a cyclist was killed in 2016.

    Montgomery County is considering options for a permanent change to the Capital Crescent Trail crossing at Little Falls Parkway. Little Falls has been on a temporary road diet there after a cyclist was killed in 2016.

    CYCLISTS AND NEIGHBORS DIFFER ON PREFERRED OPTION FOR CAPITAL CRESCENT TRAIL CROSSING

    Montgomery County is considering options for a permanent change to the Capital Crescent Trail crossing at Little Falls Parkway. Little Falls has been on a temporary road diet there after a cyclist was killed in 2016. Cyclists and trail users support a permanent lane reduction and inexpensive design option. Neighbors support the most…

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  6. Public Meeting Notice: 20th/21st/22nd Street NW Protected Bike Lanes

    Tuesday, November 13, 2018

     

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    20th/21st/22nd Street NW 
    Protected Bike Lanes Public Meeting

    (Washington, DC) -- The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) invites members of the community and stakeholders to a public meeting workshop on Wednesday, December 5, 2018, to obtain information and provide feedback on potential…

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  7. Say Goodbye to this Courthouse “Slip Lane”

    Work has begun on removal of the narrow travel lane for vehicles—known as a “slip lane”—connecting eastbound Clarendon Boulevard to 15th Street North.

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  8. Say Goodbye to this Courthouse “Slip Lane”

    Work has begun on removal of the narrow travel lane for vehicles—known as a “slip lane”—connecting eastbound Clarendon Boulevard to 15th Street North.

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  9. Updated My Arlington App Delivers “Push Of Information”

    Since its release in January, the My Arlington App has helped you stay on top of the County’s events and news, provided alerts to traffic and Metro delays, and streamlined the search for permitting information. We took it further in August, adding real-time traffic data, voting maps and info, an easy-to-use County staff directory and…

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  10. Updated My Arlington App Delivers “Push Of Information”

    Since its release in January, the My Arlington App has helped you stay on top of the County’s events and news, provided alerts to traffic and Metro delays, and streamlined the search for permitting information. We took it further in August, adding real-time traffic data, voting maps and info, an easy-to-use County staff directory and…

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  11. ‘Around Arlington’ and the County’s Complete Streets Projects

    Join us as we take you “Around Arlington” in Arlington TV’s regular round-up of news and notes from the County. In this edition, we highlight tips to beat the heat, detail the Tree Canopy Fund (and how it can help you plant trees), celebrate Arlington being named the No. 1 digital county in the county, […]

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  12. ‘Around Arlington’ and the County’s Complete Streets Projects

    Join us as we take you “Around Arlington” in Arlington TV’s regular round-up of news and notes from the County. In this edition, we highlight tips to beat the heat, detail the Tree Canopy Fund (and how it can help you plant trees), celebrate Arlington being named the No. 1 digital county in the county, […]

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  13. Arlington’s Response to SafeTrack Surge 1

    Arlington is encouraging telework, flexwork and expanding its ART bus route capacity.

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