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Past articles by Adam:

No Gas Tax Holiday in Virginia: Commonwealth's Senate Votes to ‘Pass By' Proposal

Gov. Glenn Youngkin had proposed an amendment for a three-month suspension of the gas tax. → Read More

Newest Metrorail Cars to Return to Service After Derailment

Dozens of 7000-series Metrorail cars, the newest in the D.C.-area system's fleet, will be back on tracks starting Thursday, Metro announced Wednesday. → Read More

Hop on the Bus? Metrobus Ridership Is Up as Gas Prices Soar

More people in the D.C. area may be riding Metrobus instead of driving because of record-high gas prices. → Read More

Closures Happening Monday, Tuesday Along GW Parkway

Survey work to rehabilitate the northern section of the George Washington Parkway will take place on Monday and Tuesday. → Read More

First Responders Head Overseas to Help Ukraine

Some brave first responders from across the U.S. are headed overseas to help Ukraine. → Read More

Next Phase of Metro's Silver Line Expected to Open in July

The next phase of Metro’s Silver Line is expected to open this summer. → Read More

7 of DC's Bridges Classified as Structurally Deficient

The Roosevelt Bridge connecting Arlington and D.C. got a close-up inspection Monday after transportation officials ordered emergency road work to the bridge over the weekend. → Read More

Illegal Dumping of Used Tires on the Rise in DMV

Used tires reportedly are increasingly being illegally dumped at many locations around the D.C. area. → Read More

Look Inside: New Checkpoints Aim to Improve Flow at Reagan National Airport

The new location of the expanded checkpoints will have the airport’s Ben’s Chili Bowl and other restaurants available only to those who are flying. → Read More

2 Pedestrians Killed at Hains Point Advocated Tirelessly to End Homelessness

The two pedestrians struck and killed Saturday in Hains Point were known in the community for their dedication to helping the homeless. Calls for increased safety measures have grown louder following the crash. → Read More

DC-Area Leaders Propose Free Public Transit to Boost Ridership

Local leaders are looking new ways to get public transit riders to come back — even by proposing free rides. During a recent virtual panel discussion hosted... → Read More

Plan Would Connect Regional Rail Network

An ambitious plan to better connect the train networks in the D.C. region was released Thursday. → Read More

Metro to ‘Return to Normalcy' Soon: Safety Officer

Metro’s Chief Safety Officer Theresa Impastato said she sees things slowly returning to normal in the coming months. → Read More

Metro, Restaurants to Receive Relief Funding Through New Bill

With the new COVID-19 relief bill signed, many D.C. groups are hopeful they’ll receive relief funding. → Read More

Virginia Decriminalizes Jaywalking

A new law in Virginia will allow pedestrians to jaywalk without risking being stopped for a fine. Jaywalking will still be illegal, but it will drop to a... → Read More

“We Don't Have the Money”: DC Metrobus Riders Concerned Over the Return of Fares

Metrobus riders are going to see a big change in the new year. Starting Sunday, riders will once again board from the front of the bus and they will have to... → Read More

Holding a Phone While Driving Is Illegal in Virginia Starting Jan. 1

It’s illegal to hold a cellphone while driving in Virginia starting Friday, Jan. 1. Law enforcement officials and many drivers say the new law will help... → Read More

Metro to Receive Stimulus Funding, Stave Off Drastic Cuts

Metro and its riders are breathing a sigh of relief now that it looks like more federal stimulus money will help prevent service cuts and layoffs. WMATA had... → Read More

Metro Board Votes to Change Frequency of Trains

The Metro board voted Thursday to close a budget gap by changing how often trains run. Starting in mid-February, the length of time riders will have to wait for... → Read More

Metro Closes Numerous Stations for Coronavirus Cleaning

Metro has had to close a number of stations for what it calls “routine deep cleaning” in the last few days. Metro’s been doing plenty of cleanings during... → Read More