The District of Columbia’s first modern streetcar is now sharing the road with cars, bicyclists and pedestrians.
DC Streetcar announced Wednesday it will start preliminary service next week, bringing the new service one step closer to having passengers on-board.
Transportation officials in Washington say a portion of H Street will be closed for several hours while emergency responders take part in a drill involving the yet-to-start streetcar system.
The National Symphony Orchestra plans to take its music to the northeast Washington neighborhoods of Brookland and NoMa next year.
As District commuters await the first revenue operation of the H Street streetcar line, city planners have their eye on an even bigger project.
They say things always come back into style. Usually they’re talking about clothes, but in D.C., streetcars are what’s making a comeback in 2014.
An altercation on a Metrobus in southeast has led to physical violence, police say.
A fundraiser is now underway for the family of a murdered Northeast deli shop owner who was killed during an apparent robbery.