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Orange Barrel Media, an advertising agency, is finalizing plans to attach two mammoth, 40-foot tall electronic signs to the building that houses Clyde's restaurant at the intersection of 7th and G Streets Northwest.
Metro has selected a transit official from the San Francisco area as its new head of safety, WTOP has learned.
With growing fears about runaway cars, some are wondering whether the best precaution in preventing rapid acceleration would be to turn the car off.
The road in question is the Lorton area thoroughfare, Hooes Road, which runs between Route 7100 and Route 123. There are two trains of thought associated with the road. On one side are those that pronounce the name "whose" and on the other side there are those that pronounce the name "hose."
You don't want to find out. WTOP staffer Pat Puglisi did. Two deer crashed into his home. As one raged through the living room and dining room, the other got stuck in the doorway.
The horrific Red Line collision in June that killed nine people will be the focus of a three-day hearing at the National Transportation Safety Board next week.
A Metro source tells WTOP that at least two internal candidates have been offered the top spot at Metro, but they have declined.
As road crews continue to chip away at snow and ice, the D.C. Department of Transportation is making a bold claim.
Even as huge tractors hauled massive mounds of snow away in D.C. Monday, Fenty would not make any promises about the commute for Tuesday.
Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) recently sat down with WTOP Sprawl and Crawl Reporter Adam Tuss to talk about solutions for I-66 congestion.
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