A report card for Randy Clarke, Metro’s General Manager
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
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
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.
by John Besche (Contributor) • November 8, 2022
Debate continues on how DC’s residential parking permits should be distributed.
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