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Attention Circulator Riders: DDOT Hosting Pop-Up Meetings This Week

April 23rd, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, Capitol Riverfront/ Near Southeast, Eastern Market

Capitol Hill has seen restaurant and storefront pop-ups, well add community forums to the “pop-up” craze. This week the DC Department of Transportation is hosting a series of community meetings on street corners along the DC Circulator route. The goal is to gauge the bus line’s performance and hear from current and future riders. Tomorrow, DDOT will […]

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DC Streetcar By The Numbers

April 23rd, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

As the streetcar comes closer to making its official first public ride, DDOT is sharing a few of the numbers. Are you ready for your first ride?

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Hill’s Eye View: All Eyes on Trash Cans

April 22nd, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

I’ve heard some Hill residents are making goggly eyes at their large 32 gallon trash cans and 48 gallon recycling cans (not one like one pictured. The new “super cans” are issued by the DC Department of Public Works). The question has come up as to what to do with the old cans. The new trash […]

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Hill Buzz

April 22nd, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

Urban Turf examined the three proposals for the WMATA chiller facility. ANC 6B Commissioner Phil Peisch shared information on a fundraising scheme going on in the neighborhood. Young & Hungry and The Washington Post shared information on the newly opened Pizza Parts & Service on H Street NE. PoPVille reported that TruOrleans has been acquired and will […]

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Lost Capitol Hill: The Widow Wheeler

April 21st, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

Last week, we looked at Acquila Wheeler and the ferry that he ran across the Anacostia River in the early days of the Federal City – and its importance to the fledgling capital. Today, we’ll look at its demise – and replacement.

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