Metrobus will be operating on a moderate snow service plan with some detours around problem areas. Metrorail, VRE, and MARC trains will operate on a regular weekday schedule. The Circulator and Ride On are running normally. (Post)
Bury the power
Mayor Gray signed a bill to bury DC’s power lines. It will spend $1 billion over a decade to bury lines, starting with the 60 most vulnerable. (WTOP)
Think DC’s bidding wars are bad?
A house in San Francisco sold for $530,000 above asking price. San Francisco’s housing supply cannot support the influx of highly-paid young professionals. Are bidding wars like this in DC’s future? (UrbanTurf)
Tired of pedaling your CaBi bike? A new portable electric motor drive designed especially for bikeshare systems instantly makes the bicycle an e-bike. The ShareRoller starts at $995 and has a 12-mile range. (Atlantic Cities)
DC councilmember David Grosso plans to introduce a bill to use instant runoff voting in DC elections system. Voters rank preferred candidates, ensuring the ultimate victor wins with over 50% of votes. (WTOP)