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Transportation has its problems no matter which way you go (Post, July 4, 2010)
Start shelling out more for the same Metro ride: It could be worse: There won't be service cuts, and you still have time before the peak-of-the-peak surcharges kick in. But if you rent a bike locker or ride a bus to our airports, there are big changes. (Post, June 27, 2010)
Creating order on 14th Street: Traffic control officers battled chaos during complicated construction project (Post, June 20, 2010)
Testing our patience, one lane at a time: Phase 2 reconstruction of the 14th Street bridge starts Monday, with more tricky lane-switching for drivers. The good news: Only about 14 months to go. (Post, June 13, 2010)
Keeping cool in Virginia's HOT lanes: A driver's guide to the project that could enhance your Beltway experience by 2013 (Post, June 6, 2010)
Graphic: SUMMER GETAWAYS (, May 28, 2010; 9:08 PM)
Commuting's new old-fashioned way: Cycling advocates extol the virtues of commuting by bike. It's healthy, it's adventurous, and it's cheap. But would-be riders worry whether they have the skill, stamina and courage to take on this challenge. Here's some advice on what governments, employers and individuals can do to make this happen. (Post, May 23, 2010)
A fair fare?: Metro's proposal to add a third tier in peak pricing could be a battleground (Post, May 16, 2010)
It'll be one big tie-up at Tysons (Post, May 9, 2010)
A big year for Dulles rail project: Along the way, progress will become more visible, disruptions more exasperating (Post, May 2, 2010)
Decision time nears for Metro (Post, April 18, 2010)
A bevy of work on the Beltway: As construction quickens on toll lanes project, drivers can expect delays (Post, April 25, 2010)
Likely D.C. traffic problems during nuclear security summit (Post, April 11, 2010)
For better or worse? (Post, April 4, 2010)
Dude, where's my lane? (Post, March 27, 2010)
Peak blooms, peak crowding: Just as Washingtonians have freed themselves from the immobilizing winter storms, they must prepare for the annual blizzard of blossoms and tourists that slows just about every means of access to downtown. (Post, March 21, 2010)
How much are you willing to give, Metro riders? (Post, March 14, 2010)
Latest rehab: DDOT Web site: Behind the new look is more vital information -- and two-way communication (Post, March 7, 2010)
Commuter Page: Spare a dime? (Post, February 28, 2010)
Grading D.C. area roads, transit after storm (Post, February 14, 2010)
Holiday weekend challenge: A big maintenance project on Metro's aging tracks evolves over more than half a year. The target is identified, the plan of attack is sketched out, the materiel is ordered, the time is set, the team assembled and final signals go out to all parties involved. In the latest plan, the target is Rosslyn Station. The time is Presidents' Day weekend. And if you would normally use the Blue or Orange line (Post, February 7, 2010)
A lurching budget mechanism: Scrambling to fill a budget gap, Metro officials quickly settled on temporary fare increases. But temporary could become permanent as another even-larger financing dilemma is just around the corner. (Post, January 31, 2010)
Choices -- and consequences: Hearing on ways to plug Metro budget gap is Wednesday, but another crisis looms (Post, January 24, 2010)
The bridges of our dreams (Post, January 17, 2010)
Buckle up for new traffic landscape this year: ICC stretch to open; some projects (and their lane changes) have only begun (Post, January 3, 2010)

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