At Saturday’s National Park Service town hall, residents argued for new rules specifically for DC. Or is the problem that NPS already has special, more restrictive rules for DC? (City Paper)
Do riders win or lose with Dyke?
Jim Dyke will take a seat on the WMATA Board in January, a victory for Governor McDonnell. In an op-ed, David asks, is this good for riders or was it just a political power play? (Post)
PG seeks more speed cameras
Since their speed cameras went live late last month, Prince George’s County has issued 13,173 speeding tickets. There are 14 mobile cameras, and the county plans to add 6 a month. (Examiner)
What to do about Bethesda’s escalators?
Montgomery Councilmembers will talk about escalators tonight. Chaos ensued when all 3 escalators went out at Bethesda, and many worry this will happen more often when Metro begins planned rehabilitation on the escalators, shutting one down for long periods of time. (Post)
Arlingtonians could already suggest station locations using a crowdsourcing map, but now the application has expanded to allow suggesting station locations anywhere in the region, including DC and Alexandria. (BikeArlington)