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DC Circulator Service Changes Take Effect Today

This story comes to us from John Lisle:

(Washington, D.C.) On April 1, 2011, the DC Circulator will implement service changes affecting the Smithsonian-National Gallery of Art route, the Union Station-Navy Yard route, and the Convention Center-SW Waterfront route. Public notice of these changes was made on March 2 and a public meeting was held to discuss them on March 17. Details of the changes are as follows:

 

Mayor Gray Signs Order Allowing Taxicab Fuel Surcharge

This story comes to us from Linda Wharton Boyd:

(WASHINGTON, DC) – Mayor Vincent C. Gray has signed an executive order authorizing a $1.00 fuel surcharge for all taxicab rides within the District of Columbia.

The charge will take effect Monday, March 28. The action follows a recommendation from the Taxicab Commission to offset the impact of the steady rise in fuel prices in the metropolitan area on taxicab operators.

 

Cherry Blossom Traffic Pattern

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Bike Swap on Capitol Hill: Save the Date!

Bike Swap on Capitol Hill: Save the Date!

Why buy some newfangled bikes, gear and other thingies when you can purchase bikes for a fraction of the cost, find clothing and swap parts all in one place? If this sounds like a perfectly reasonable and practical use of a Saturday to you, head on down to the North Hall of the Eastern Market on April 2nd for the First Annual Pedal Pusher’s Bike Swap.  Hours are 8:30 am -2 pm and you can find it at the corner of 7th Street NE and North Carolina Avenue.

DDOT To Present Transit Development Plan for DC Circulator

This story comes to us from John Lisle:

(Washington, D.C.) The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will host a public meeting on Thursday, March 31 to present a comprehensive Transit Development Plan for the DC Circulator. The plan will help guide the growth of the DC Circulator over the next ten years.

Least Expensive Gas Stations in NE D.C. According to GasBuddy

Least Expensive Gas Stations in NE D.C. According to GasBuddy
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Capital Bikeshare Boasts Near Record Ridership in February

Capital Bikeshare Boasts Near Record Ridership in February

This story comes to us from John Lisle:

 

(Washington, D.C.) Capital Bikeshare has more than survived its first winter, it has thrived thanks in part to strong participation in the regional bikesharing system’s Winter Weather Warrior Contest. 900 annual members participated in the contest, taking nearly 30,000 trips in two months, and Capital Bikeshare posted near ridership totals in the month of February.