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.
The Potomac Conservancy, a clean water advocacy group, issued the river a “B” rating – indicating improved pollution levels and healthier river life.
The Foggy Bottom Association hosted a panel discussion Tuesday about bike safety and city traffic regulations amid a popular pilot program for dockless bikes.
The student alleges that the University found him responsible for sexual violence because it was under pressure to take a tough stance on Title IX cases.
Students can now relive their childhood by zooming through D.C. on electric scooters, thanks to a new public scooter program.
Food trucks are causing overcrowding and traffic problems in prime business spots in Foggy Bottom, according to members of a local governing group.
After serving a four-year term as chairman of the Foggy Bottom and West End Advisory Neighborhood Commission, Patrick Kennedy relinquished the role to Commissioner William Smith, previously the commission’s vice chairman.