Two ANC officials signed onto a letter to the D.C. Council last week relinquishing their free parking permits.
Starting Wednesday, WMATA began refunding riders who experience a delay of 10 minutes or more during rush hour.
People in the District have multiple free options to get home Monday night after celebrating the new year.
The Metro’s Blue, Silver and Orange lines will experience single-tracking delays this weekend before extended operations for New Year’s Eve.
The District Department of Transportation plans to more than double the number of dockless bikes and scooters on D.C. streets in 2019.
The D.C. Council passed a clean energy bill Tuesday promising to transition the District to 100 percent renewable energy by 2032.
The School of Media and Public Affairs is launching a director’s council to garner student input about courses, events and technology.
The Black Student Union hosted a town hall at the Elliott School of International Affairs Thursday about changing the University’s culture.
A former chairman of the Federal Reserve Board and The Economist’s political editor discussed lessons from their new book at Jack Morton Auditorium Tuesday.
An SMPA professor co-authored a study published last week finding that roughly 84 percent of Twitter accounts spreading fake news are still active.