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Subject Our grade for Randy Clarke, revisiting a streetcar subway plan, UN touts compact cities, and more
Date November 12, 2022 2:01 PM
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A report card for Randy Clarke, Metro’s General Manager
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by Caitlin Rogger (Deputy Executive Director) • November 7, 2022

The grades are in: Clarke exceeds expectations as WMATA’s GM, and like most students, has room for improvement.
A 1944 proposal for a DC streetcar subway would have been the largest in the US
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by DW Rowlands (Contributor) • November 10, 2022

In 1944 there was a proposal for a DC streetcar subway that would be twice as long as other US systems.
New UN climate report points to compact cities, moving people not just electric cars, to cut emissions
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by Bill Pugh (Guest Contributor) • November 9, 2022

A recent United Nations Emissions Gap Report reveals what many advocates already know: We need walkable, compact, transit-oriented communities, shifting more travel to walking, biking, and transit, and a transition to electric vehicles in order to slash emissions to safe levels.
More parking, more problems? DC Council hears from the public on a plan to resize residential parking zones.
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by John Besche (Contributor) • November 8, 2022

Debate continues on how DC’s residential parking permits should be distributed.

JOB POSTING: We’re looking for a great Managing Editor to join GGWash!
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