Columbia Pike

10-inch water main break on Russell Avenue in Gaithersburg causes major flooding. (Photo: Pete Piringer/Montgomery County Fire Spokesperson)

Crews Continue Repairs at Arlington Water Main Break

Repairs continued Sunday evening at the site of a 20 inch water main break in Arlington that caused about 75-100 homes to be without water.


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Water Main Break Shuts Down Section of Columbia Pike

Traffic is now getting by in both directions on Columbia Pike after a water main break shut down a section of the busy road, police say.



Driver Critical After 4-Car Crash on Columbia Pike

Montgomery County police are investigating a four-car crash on Columbia Pike that left one driver in critical condition.


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Proposed Columbia Pike Streetcar Taking Center Stage In Arlington Special Election

The Columbia Pike streetcar is one of the defining issues in the special election to replace Arlington County Boardmember Chris Zimmerman.


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Fire Breaks Out at Days Inn in Arlington

A Days Inn in northern Virginia was evacuated for a fire in a motel room, but no one was injured.


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Outcry Over Cost Halts Arlington Bus Stop Rollout

Arlington County has halted a plan to build 23 “super” bus stops after the first one cost $1 million.


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Street Car Forum Sparks Debate in Arlington

About 350 people turned out in Arlington for what became a noisy forum on a proposed street car line.


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Water Main Break Impeding Traffic On Columbia Pike

A large section of Columbia Pike has been partially blocked for most of the morning commute due to a water main break.


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Fairfax Backs Columbia Pike Streetcar Line Plan

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has approved plans for a streetcar line along Columbia Pike, a week after Arlington County took the same action.


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Arlington County Approves $2.4B For Capital Spending

The Arlington County Board is planning to spend $2.4 billion on capital improvements over the next 10 years.