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D.C. To Shut Down Dupont Circle Traffic Signals This Week, Extra Traffic To Be Incurred

DuPont Circle could see even more traffic than usual this week due to power being cut from traffic lights for maintenance. Expect delays on New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut avenues.

02/27/2012

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Safety Committee Finally Gains Confidence In Metro

The group responsible for monitoring the safety of Metrorail finally gained confidence in the way the transit authority is approaching safety issues.

02/24/2012

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Metro Turns To Public Again For Advice On Better Practices

Metro seeks more advice from the community; this time on open house to discuss issues with specific Metro Bus routes the run along 14th Street.

02/23/2012

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Virginia Railway Express Asks Public To OK Fare Hikes

The VRE will hold a series of public hearings to discuss a proposed three-percent fare increase, but if passed would increase its most expensive fares by up to 30 percent.

02/22/2012

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Road Closures: Washington, D.C. Expexted To Moderate Delays

There will be road closures all over D.C. today throughout your morning drive. See how the groundbreaking of a new museum could affect your commute.

02/22/2012

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Metro Allows Public To Decide Silver Line Station Names

Metro has announced today, that in conjunction with Fairfax County it has launched an online survey to collect public input on station names for the new Silver Line, so stations will have names that resonate with the people that use them.

02/21/2012

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Traffic: 495 Slow Between Connecticut Ave. And Georgia Ave.

The beltway is no longer closed between Connecticut Avenue and Georgia Avenue but the delays are significant. You can take University to Georgia, then back onto the loop. There will be major delays.

02/17/2012

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Dead Birds Slow Interstate 95 Commute Outside D.C.

Maryland state officials say hundreds of birds were killed on Interstate 95 near Laurel, bringing traffic to a crawl.

02/16/2012

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Metro Settles Death Lawsuits From Horrific 2009 Crash

The transit agency responsible for Metro has settled 7 of 9 lawsuits by families of victims killed in a 2009 crash. The accident that devastated the area was the deadliest in the network’s history.

02/15/2012