Almost a year after a fatal crash at River Road and Braeburn Parkway, Bethesda residents say promised safety upgrades are still incomplete, a continuation of nearly 20 years of concerns about conditions at the intersection and other roads in the area. (Katherine Shaver / Post)
DC Mayor Muriel Bowser's new economic plan included two major goals of $100 billion in growth for the private sector and under 10% unemployment for all demographics and wards in DC. (Shaun Courtney / Post)
Self-driving cars probably won't reduce congestion. In fact, just about every initiative to expand roads and cut commutes fails, because more people end up driving to fill that extra space. Maybe the only thing to do is charging more based on demand. (Conor Dougherty / New York Times)
Ballston will launch its free Wi-Fi network by the end of March. The new network, called BLinked, will cover all of Ballston's public areas with gigabit-capable Wi-Fi, and is a result of a partnership between the Ballston Business Improvement District and a Bethesda company called Wi-Fiber. (Chris Teale / ARLnow)
Arlington County and Alexandria City joined forces to upgrade an underused park that has land in both jurisdictions. It will be named South Park at Potomac Yard and the first phase of improvements, starting in 2018, will connect the Route 1 trail to the Four Mile Run Trail. (Chris Teale / ARLnow)
Several projects in the DC area to convert office space into are underway and close to completion, like The Adele, a group of luxury condos in downtown DC that sit on top of existing office space. (Nena Perry-Brown / UrbanTurf)
After their controversy-fueled departure from California streets, Uber's self-driving cars are making their return - 2 of them at least, with 48 approved (and mandatory) backup drivers and a temporary hold on picking up passengers. (LA Times)
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