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Where Americans go to work when they don’t work near home

Our lives are heavily shaped by two points of geography: where we live and where we work. Those locations determine how long we spend commuting, how we plan our errands, where and with whom we socialize (admit it — you’ve turned down a dinner invite because it…

Uber Does Not Serve Disabled People, Say D.C. Advocates

Uber and its ride-hailing competitors have enjoyed as warm a welcome in the District of Columbia as anywhere in the world, embraced by the D.C. Council with favorable legislation and celebrated by their customers for providing reliable and inexpensive transportation around a congested city.

Metro 7000-series needs software upgrade

The 7000-series Metro trains are brand new, but Metro says there have been some problems that require a software upgrade.

Car2Go to Come to Arlington in September

Starting Saturday, Sept. 19, people will be able to rent Car2Go vehicles for trips that start and end Arlington, Car2Go’s latest “home area.” The Arlington area does not include Reagan National Airport, the Pentagon or Arlington National Cemetery.

D.C. students will be riding Metro for free this year

D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser on Monday boarded a Metro train with a group of D.C. public school students to kick off an initiative that will allow them to ride free.