Last year, Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) recognized more than 240 businesses and properties for their dedication to sustainable transportation and for their impact to Arlington, Virginia. Through more standard benefits like transit subsidies and innovative programs like hotel transportation packages, companies in Arlington are working to move more people through the County with less congestion.
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For five summers Cameron Davis has attended Camp Accomplish. Cameron, who has cerebral palsy and right-sided hemiplegia, thrives at camp. He creates new memories in a beautiful setting alongside other kids with, and without, special needs.
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On My Take, Clinton Yates discusses the presidential love of golf.
Commuting in the Washington, DC Area can seem like a waste of time based on the time you spend in your car, train, or bus. But if you are looking for ways to pass the time while commuting, we put together a list of apps that could make that time feel more productive.
On My Take, Clinton Yates comments on the lengths Jamaican lottery winners will go to to conceal their identities.
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