Officials have shut off water for 100,000 people in Prince George’s County as crews repair a water main break. The water shutdown may last up to five days, right as temperatures heat up across the region. (Post) Twitter
Water OK on Metro
In response to the heat wave, WMATA will allow passengers to drink water through Saturday on Metro and buses. WMATA will also up its track inspections to look for heat kinks in the rails. (Post) Twitter
DC is starting construction on the H Street streetcar barn. DDOT will build tracks and temporary facilities first, then the building later, so they can start service right away. (Frozen Tropics) Twitter
Will Gray run again?
Mayor Gray still has not made up his mind about seeking reelection. Aides close to the mayor expect he will run unless the US Attorney finds wrongdoing, but a decision is not expected until fall. (Post) Twitter
Howard project goes to court
The developer of Howard Town Center, Cohen Companies, is suing Howard University for terminating their agreement to develop the massive Georgia Avenue mixed-use project. (City Paper) Twitter