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D.C. aims to eliminate parking minimums

A new plan recommends eliminating the calculation of a minimum amount of parking space needed at new buildings in the District, and it's drawing concerns.

Friday - 03/01/2013, 07:25am EST

Tags: Ari Ashe, parking, parking minimums, office of planning

Inadequate roads cost Md. $6.2B in wasted time and fuel, report finds

As Maryland roads get more congested, a new report finds inadequate roads are costing $6.2 billion annually in operating costs, lost time in traffic and wasted fuel.

Thursday - 02/28/2013, 10:18am EST

Tags: Ari Ashe, road costs

Fairfax County parents want more Zzzs for teens

Sleep is an important part of academic success and in Fairfax County, some parents are fighting to give high school students a few more hours of it.

Wednesday - 02/27/2013, 11:30am EST

Tags: Ari Ashe, sleep, school start times

No speed cameras damaged since Pr. George's police installed security camera

Since Prince George's County police started monitoring a speed camera that had been destroyed, none of the county's 72 mobile speed cameras has been vandalized or damaged.

Tuesday - 02/26/2013, 07:36am EST

Tags: speed camera, Prince Georges county police, Ari Ashe

D.C. uses solutions to prevent green arrow crashes

While pedestrian fatalities in the District fell to a record low in 2012, one particular type of turn continues to lead to several serious crashes.

Sunday - 02/24/2013, 07:10am EST

Tags: DC, green arrows, DDOT, Ari Ashe

Lawmakers debate eliminating speed cameras in Maryland

While most eyes in Annapolis are focused on gun control and the gas tax, several bills to address speed cameras are being actively discussed, including one measure that would eliminate the cameras altogether.

Saturday - 02/23/2013, 07:24am EST

Tags: speed camera, Maryland, Ari Ashe

Riders upset Fairfax Connector may end Pentagon express service

To accommodate service on the Metro's future Silver Line, the Fairfax County Department of Transportation may eliminate bus service to the Pentagon and Crystal City, a proposal that could affect thousands of federal workers.

Friday - 02/22/2013, 03:56pm EST

Tags: Metro, Fairfax Connector, Ari Ashe, Silver Line, reston, pentagon, WMATA

County execs Leggett and Baker push for gas tax

With the clock ticking for reaching a deal on transportation funding, lawmakers in Annapolis heard testimony Wednesday on Senate President Mike Miller's proposal to add a 3 percent sales tax on gas and to allow local counties to raise the gas tax to 5 percent.

Thursday - 02/21/2013, 12:57pm EST

Tags: Ari Ashe, transportation, gas tax, Maryland, Senate President Mike Miller, Isiah "Ike" Leggett, Rushern Baker

Reston citizens worried the Silver Line will bring gridlock

Some Reston residents are worried that the opening the first phase of Metro's Silver Line will make traffic worse near one of the stations scheduled to open at the end of the year.

Monday - 02/18/2013, 06:51am EST

Tags: Metro, Silver Line, Fairfax County Department of Transportation, Reston Citizens Association, reston, Ari Ashe

Drivers receive fines for cheating tolls on the Beltway Express Lanes

Since the lanes opened last November, Virginia State Police tell WTOP that law enforcement handed out 51 tickets to drivers who falsely claimed to be a high-occupancy vehicle.

Saturday - 02/16/2013, 09:43am EST

Tags: Ari Ashe, sprawl & crawl, express lanes, tolls, high-occupancy vehicles

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