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Arlington County Board OKs farmers' market in Fairlington
Arlington County Board members on Oct. 18 approved Arlington’s ninth farmers’ market, to open next spring at the Fairlington Community Center.
October 19, 2014, Inside NoVa
Free cab rides home to be offered over Halloween
Operation SoberRide, an initiative of the Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP), will offer free taxi rides home for adults who have been imbibing during Halloween.
October 20, 2014, Inside NoVa
Arlington to receive millions for transportation projects
Arlington County could soon be getting an influx of state transportation dollars in the tens of millions.
Ethan Rothstein, October 15, 2014, ARLnow
Does the regional transportation plan include enough mass transit?
Nearly a hundred road improvements and two dozen transit projects now comprise the region’s official answer to forecasted population growth and traffic congestion, as representatives of local governments approved a long-range transportation plan on Wednesday at the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG).
Martin Di Caro, October 16, 2014, WAMU
Woman struck by Amtrak train in Fairfax
Officials say a woman was struck by an Amtrak train just north of the Burke Centre Shopping Plaza in Fairfax County Wednesday night.
October 15, 2014, NBC Washington
Many Silver Line riders make a long trek from the east
Fifteen percent of commuters who take Metro's Silver Line to Tysons Corner or Wiehle Avenue come from east of the Anacostia River in DC or Prince George's County.
Ben Ross, October 15, 2014, GGW
Newly funded transportation projects in Northern Va.
Relief is coming to commuters in Northern Virginia after the announcement that millions of dollars in transportation projects are being funded.
Megan Cloherty, October 15, 2014, WTOP
Metro seeks riders to test new technology
Riders who actively commute between 10 specific metro rail stations and six bus routes are asked to partake in the 3-month pilot program beginning in January.
Madeleine Overturf, October 14, 2014, NBC Washington
Millennials' shift away from driving is 'more than temporary'
The nation's largest generation -- the so-called "millennials," born between 1983 and 2000 -- have shown less dependence on driving to get around in recent years and aren't likely to change their ways, according to a new study released Tuesday by the Maryland PIRG Foundation and the Frontier Group.
Kevin Rector, October 14, 2014, Baltimore Sun
The many reasons millennials are shunning cars
There's a lot of evidence that millennials don't drive as much — or care as much for cars in general — as previous generations their own age did.
Emily Badger, October 14, 2014, Washington Post
Arlington seeks federal transportation funding
Ebola screening to begin at Dulles
Metro prepares for big crowd at November concert
Metro's biggest short-term problems
Sarles pushes for Metro momentum as tenure ends
Company sues WMATA for favoritism in contracts
Census data shows car commuting by generation
Fairfax County approves funding for streetcar
Cost of Transit Link Cards going up