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1 DC Is Ending Its Experiment With 'Slow Streets'
2 Do D.C.'s Slow Streets Benefit Everyone?
3 D.C.'s 'Slow Streets' could have life after the pandemic
4 DC Is Limiting Traffic On More Streets During The Pandemic
5 "Slow Streets program as it currently exists will end in May."
6 The current Slow Streets program ends in May. DDOT wants your feedback on this and its long-term transportation plan.
7 A Black community in Northeast D.C. is surrounded by industrial pollution. The city plans to add more.
8 DC Is Getting 5 Miles Of 'Slow Streets' For Recreation, Social Distancing
9 Press Release: District's Thriving Slow Street Program Expands to 26 Miles
10 Like Slow Streets, Streateries, or car-free Beach Drive? DC Council wants to hear about it.
11 DC Circulator plan rejected as city advances Vision Zero proposal
12 "Residents can pick up yard signs that encourage drivers to slow down on their neighborhood streets"
13 "Slow streets status?"
14 Cars Are Winning the War Against Pedestrians and Bikers
15 The Swift, Disruptive Rise of 'Slow Streets'
16 Cities are making covid-era street changes permanent. Some are facing pushback.
17 DC Dems squabble over expired eviction moratorium. Ohio official says there never really was one
18 Alexandria residents say new markings on high-traffic road causing confusion
19 How DC can reduce traffic deaths and make real progress on Vision Zero
20 Slow Streets Were A Success. Should Cities Keep Them?
21 Progressives see blueprint for next fights in eviction win
22 Why Pandemic Had Big Impact on Traffic Deaths for Black Communities?
23 DC traffic deaths climb as Vision Zero funding remains in limbo
24 Israel link keeps leftist Jewish groups from planned DC antisemitism rally
25 Slow streets forever? Dallas is missing a chance to learn from the pandemic
26 With a focus on equity, Everett Lott takes helm of agency overseeing how people get around D.C.
27 CDC issues new eviction ban for most of US through Oct. 3
28 D.C. Council unanimously approves Vision Zero bill aimed at reducing traffic fatalities
29 After six years of failure, it's time to start over on Vision Zero
30 Events: What will the future of complete streets in DC look like post-pandemic
31 With evictions resuming, tenants scramble for assistance
32 DC Talk: Jesus Freak Album Review
33 Miami Beach extends and expands Slow Streets initiative
34 Montgomery County Residents Can Request 'Slow Streets' In Their Neighborhood During Pandemic – WAMU
35 CDC can’t stop evictions, as Biden calls on states to act
36 Making streets safer for people could also slow the spread of the coronavirus
37 Washington, D.C., will cut speed limit on residential streets to 20 mph
38 The Latest: DC reinstates mandatory indoor mask requirements
39 Slow Streets Program Spreads to Palms, May Become Permanent
40 Cities, including D.C, are closing streets to make way for restaurants and pedestrians
41 Bowser Pledges Money For More Speed Cameras, Street Improvements
42 As DC Prepares to Reopen, What Will We Incorporate Into Our New Normal?
43 How DC's Mandatory Bike-Lane Law Happened
44 'Vision Zero failed my friend' | Renewed push for safer DC streets after cyclist killed
45 Friday catch up/catch-all post: UDC talks retail; ANC 3F candidates; More 'Slow Streets'
46 The evolving grandmother
47 City seeks new solutions for protecting Slow Streets, after drivers
48 Can tailored messages to bad drivers prevent crashes? D.C. is about to find out.
49 Montgomery County To Pilot 20 MPH Speed Limits On Five Streets
50 D.C. on track to build 3 more miles of bus lanes this summer
51 Some cities shut down streets for pedestrians and other uses during the pandemic. A study looks at whether people are using them.
52 DDOT Director Jeff Marootian Tapped For Biden's Climate Team
53 New Slow Streets, more car-free Golden Gate Park proposed, but eastern
54 DC's top ten most hated intersections, according to 311 data
55 "We need drivers to slow down – not just because they're avoiding a ticket, but so they don't kill people on our streets and sidewalks."
56 Wednesday's Headlines Are Crosseyed and Painless – Streetsblog USA
57 'We're broken-hearted': Houston's Cuban community reacts to protests in Cuba
58 Hillsboro: How a Virginia town became walkable during the pandemic
59 Our streets aren't safe for children
60 Morning Roundup: It's Your Last Chance To Suggest A Name For The Washington Football Team
61 What does the city of the future look like? Oakland
62 D.C.’s 16th Street NW is finally getting its dedicated bus lane
63 D.C. traffic fatalities rise during pandemic, MPD officials say
64 Street closures, parking restrictions for ‘Million MAGA March’
65 Rolling road closures possible Friday in downtown DC
66 Landlords, tenants fill courts as eviction moratorium ends
67 'It was like somebody ripped our hearts out' | Maryland man shares brother's story in hopes to slow drivers down
68 DC to invest $10M to address roadway safety concerns
69 Warm weather, vaccine rollout bring optimism for D.C. business recovery, but return to normal will be slow
70 Pressure grows on D.C. to close roads to give residents more room for walking, jogging, biking during covid-19 shutdown
71 L.A. Announces COVID “Slow Streets” Pilot then Postpones It; Program Needs Focus On Health, Equity
72 Events: Get to know the Oxon Run Trail a little better
73 City Council approves package of measures to increase safety of DC streets
74 As eviction moratorium expires, more than 3.6 million Americans at risk of losing homes
75 Changes made to DC intersection after crash that killed 4-year-old boy
76 Car lanes vs. bike lanes: Proposals for busy Connecticut Avenue draw mixed reviews
77 McCully neighborhood selected for city pilot project called ‘Shared Streets’
78 DC will temporarily widen some sidewalks near grocery stores and other businesses
79 Oakland and SF's 'slow streets' aren't going away
80 DDOT offers a look at the latest Dave Thomas Circle redesign plans
81 Activists Call for Safer Streets as Another Cyclist Dies in DC
82 Here’s where DC’s new speed cameras have been deployed
83 How Covid-19 Inspired Oakland to Get Real About Equitable Urban Planning
84 Residents in the region want to walk and bike more, and drive less after COVID-19, a “Voices of the Region” survey suggests
85 A look at the region's intersections – Greater Greater Washington
86 18th Street in Adams Morgan was a pedestrian zone for one weekend in June. What happened?
87 Mother, son shot in Shaw were playing on sidewalk when man on scooter sped through the group, neighbors say
88 Residents Complain of Dangerous Northwest Intersection; DDOT Responds
89 Events: Get the latest on a protected bike lane project on 15th Street NW
90 Richmond inches toward opening its streets
91 DCIST: Pete Buttigieg Rode Capital Bikeshare And DC Bike Twitter Lost It
92 D.C.'s Bike Boom Shows No Signs Of Slowing Down Amid The Pandemic – WAMU
93 Hannibal Senior Expo Cancelled Due to COVID
94 Trump's military advisors were 'throwing their bodies in front of something dangerous': biographers
95 Carmageddon? DC's leaders can choose a different road.
96 Baltimore residents and local officials want to close some streets to cars and open them to exercise
97 So Cal COVID-19 Street Repurposing: Slow Streets Expanding and Outdoor Dining Getting Underway
98 Arlington to consider reducing speed limits on certain busy roads
99 DC Council Passes Bill To Help Reach Zero Traffic Fatalities Goal
100 How bike crashes shifted out of downtown DC during the pandemic