The District Department of Transportation released new rules last week increasing the city’s dockless vehicle cap from 400 to 600.
In a contentious race for one of two D.C. Council at-large positions, students in local government are backing incumbent Elissa Silverman.
A local governing group unanimously opposed D.C. Council legislation Wednesday that would expedite the construction of a tower at the GW Hospital.
About 650 applicants to the D.C. public school lottery ranked the School Without Walls as their top choice for a high school last year.
Fourteen students will meet monthly with campus security officials as members of the department’s first Student Advisory Board.
The GW Hospital and Medical Faculty Associates kicked off a new health seminar series Wednesday educating patients about topics like sports injuries.
The Foggy Bottom and West End ANC passed a resolution supporting a bike route through GW’s campus at a monthly meeting Wednesday.
Community members were divided about the proposal, which some said would diminish parking options but others said would make bicycling on D.C. streets safer.
Owners with few food trucks said the new regulation helps to ensure truck owners won’t cheat the lottery system.
The initiative includes the repair and maintenance of five streets in Foggy Bottom and the West End neighborhood.