The District Department of Transportation has been reviewing the feedback and usage data provided by companies that operate the dockless bikes and electric scooters to determine the new policies for the city.
Two dockless bike companies are leaving D.C., but that’s not the end of the bike services that riders can pick up and deposit anywhere in the city.
The District Department of Transportation met with community members in the 14th Street corridor Saturday to discuss traffic decongestion and potential bus route improvements.
A milelong temporary bus lane along Rhode Island Avenue in Northeast D.C. this summer could be just a first step toward more extensive, permanent lanes to speed up commutes across the city.
LimeBike, one of five companies taking part in the District’s seven-month dockless bike demonstration project, is adding electric scooters to its dockless fleet in D.C.
Waybots has “soft-launched” in the District with scooters, and is governed by the same terms and conditions as other dockless bike companies operating in D.C.
Almost half of all car crashes on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are due to an impaired driver. There are several ways that you can help ensure that you and your loved ones are safe this New Year’s.
Highway signs are supposed to help, but in the District, some signs are having the opposite effect. See the signs around the District that may have drivers — and even pedestrians — scratching their heads.
D.C. will close the sidewalks on one side of the Key Bridge between 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Walkers and cyclists will have to use the other side.
One Southwest D.C. neighborhood has been hit by a rash of car break-ins where thieves targeted the vehicle’s parking permit.
Though ginkgo trees are beautiful in the fall, the fruit they bear emits a putrid odor when left on the ground to rot.
D.C. transit leaders are backing off a proposal that would impose a $1,000 fine for driving more than 25 mph over the speed limit, but a new proposal could still leave drivers with a whopper of a bill.
A number of DC Circulator buses have been on the roads with expired registrations and insurance cards this week. A union representing bus drivers says the company that runs the Circulator buses sent drivers home without pay for refusing to drive the buses with expired insurance registrations.
Red-top parking meters for the handicapped have been in place in D.C. for a few years, but because the rules have lagged, the meters have been available to anyone. That will soon change.
District Department of Transportation chief said the city is having a difficult time hiring for maintenance activities in the highway environment for commercial driver’s licenses.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.