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CSG in the News: New report card gives Metrobus service in the District a failing grade

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CSG in the Washington Post: New report card gives Metrobus service in the District a failing grade But an analysis says there’s hope for a better bus system if recommendations are carried out. by Luz Lazo, Washington Post, July 10, 2019 Despite efforts to improve bus service in the District to
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RELEASE: DC Bus Service gets a “D” on its Report Card

RELEASE: DC Bus Service gets a “D” on its Report Card

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        Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 10, 2019 CONTACT Cheryl Cort, Coalition for Smarter Growth 202-675-0016 cheryl@smartergrowth.net DC Bus Service gets a “D” on its Report Card Groups highlight how DC buses can be faster and more reliable D.C. – Today, Coalition for Smarter Growth and
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Making DC's Buses the Best: A forum on the first performance-based D.C. Bus Report Card and next steps for faster, more reliable bus service for all.

Making DC’s Buses the Best: A forum on the first performance-based D.C. Bus Report Card and next steps for faster, more reliable bus service for all.

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Join us for the release of the first D.C. Bus Report Card. A short presentation will be followed by an interactive discussion with leading decision-makers, transit experts, and advocates sharing ideas on how to make D.C.'s bus system the best way to travel on city streets. WHEN: July 10, 2019,
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CSG partnering with MetroHero on “Report card” to determine if D.C. Metrobus service makes the grade

CSG partnering with MetroHero on “Report card” to determine if D.C. Metrobus service makes the grade

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“Report card” will determine if D.C. Metrobus service makes the grade May 9, 2019 — The Coalition for Smarter Growth (CSG) is partnering with MetroHero to release a report card on Metrobus service in D.C. The report card will grade bus service on speed and reliability. The MetroHero team will
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Bus lanes coming to 16th Street, but it could cost you some parking

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More parking restrictions could be coming to 16th Street NW as part of the ongoing changes to prepare the corridor for rush-hour transit lanes, expected by 2020. The D.C. Department of Transportation says it is moving to lengthen 22 bus zones along 16th Street to better accommodate articulated buses. In
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