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Moving through the Recession, Part 2: Service Cuts Continue
Moving through the Recession, Part 2: Service Cuts Continue
This is the second installment of TheCityFix’s series Moving through the Recession, which explores how the worldwide economic slowdown has impacted transportation systems and users locally, nationally and internationally.
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Snow Removal Best Practices: The Right Path
Snow Removal Best Practices: The Right Path
The Washington, D.C. metro area has the second highest percentage of public transit commuters in the United States, behind only New York City. Many of those riders walk to the Metro or the bus, and 89,000 other commuters walk to ...
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Speak Out on D.C. Snow Removal Efforts at Public Hearings
Speak Out on D.C. Snow Removal Efforts at Public Hearings
Those of you who have been following snow removal efforts in the D.C. area will now have several opportunities to voice your opinions in the coming weeks. D.C. Council Member Jim Graham (D-Ward 1) has announced that he will hold ...
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Capital Region Transportation Planning Board Highlights Transit, Livability
Capital Region Transportation Planning Board Highlights Transit, Livability
Today’s National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB) meeting was evidence of a region ready to embrace sustainable planning, enhance its transit offerings, and improve its environment. The TPB is the federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the D.C. ...
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Moving Through the Recession, Part 1: Trends in Transit Ridership
Moving Through the Recession, Part 1: Trends in Transit Ridership
Welcome to the first installment of TheCityFix’s series, “Moving through the Recession.” We’ll be exploring how the worldwide economic slowdown has impacted transportation systems and users locally, nationally and internationally. We hope to spotlight some revealing stories, uncover some themes, ...
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Olympic Transportation Falling Short, But Aiming to Get On the Podium
Olympic Transportation Falling Short, But Aiming to Get On the Podium
Following up on our post outlining Olympic transportation initiatives, the road has been slightly bumpy for the Games’ mass transit thus far.  As one reader attending the events commented, and as the media has reported, Vancouver’s attempts to move athletes ...
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