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More bus service may come to 16th Street's southern half

More bus service may come to 16th Street’s southern half

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WMATA might beef up service on the busy 16th Street (S) line with a bus starting in Columbia Heights, where existing S buses often become too full to pick up passengers. That was one of the options WMATA and DDOT bus planners discussed with riders at a meeting last Monday.
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Life without a car: Possible and Popular in D.C.

Life without a car: Possible and Popular in D.C.

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What the 2010 Census tells us about auto and transit use in the District.
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Fast & On Time: The Next Generation of Priority Metrobus Service for the District

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Presentation by Karina Ricks, Associate Director for the Policy, Planning and Sustainability Administration, D.C. Department of Transportation Presentation by Jim Hamre, Director of Bus Planning, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro)
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DC – Rhode Island Avenue Parking

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WRN has worked extensively with community members around the Rhode Island Avenue Metro station. We have conducted workshops, walking audits and developed a set of recommendations to make the Rhode Island Avenue Metro station more accessible to the community that it serves. We have also supported the detailed analysis conducted by D.C. Office of Planning which demonstrated that many more Metro riders could be served by improving walk, bicycle and bus access to the Metrorail station at the same cost of replacing the 387 commuter parking spaces.
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