A new streetcar project that’s already cost the District of Columbia $190 million may never open at all.
The acting director for the District Department of Transportation releases statement on the status of D.C. Streetcar, saying there is no official start date set.
The District of Columbia’s new streetcar line will not open by the new year as promised.
The District of Columbia’s streetcar line is moving closer to the start of operations.
The Arlington County Board has awarded a $26 million engineering and design contract for a streetcar between Fairfax and Arlington counties.
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 D.C. Department of Transportation will begin training streetcar operators in traffic for the first time this week along H Street and Benning Road in northeast Washington.
The Northeast D.C. Streetcars are still a few months from service, but vistors along the Benning and H street tracks were given a free human-powered ride.
A plan to run a streetcar between Fairfax and Arlington counties has received a boost after state officials announced they will increase funding for the project by up to $65 million.
For the first time since 1999, a non-Democrat will serve on the Arlington County Board.