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- The Truth About IT Opex and Software Defined Networking
- Value of Health IT
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The turn to North Kings Highway from Telegraph Road is no longer on the left. It's now a ramp on the right, similar to Huntington Avenue.
Miss your Metro train, and you may have to wait 25 minutes for the next one.
Metro's chief of communications is resigning.
The first segment of the controversial InterCounty Connector in Maryland is carrying about 10,000 fewer cars per day than expected.
Metro officials say crime on the transit system is trending downward during the first quarter of 2011, although assaults against bus drivers have increased.
Two Metro train operators have run through red signals in the past month -- serious safety violations equivalent to a car running through a red light, but on a much larger scale.
Do you drive to work every day? Do you really have to? Chances are, the answer is 'No.'
Drivers on the District's busiest bridge should take caution: Construction crews will organize a new traffic pattern Thursday.
With recent revelations that al-Qaida may have been targeting rail systems in the U.S., Metro General Manager Richard Sarles is expressing a vote of confidence in his police chief to keep riders safe.
A high-profile senator is calling for stricter security for train travel in the wake of intelligence discoveries following Osama bin Laden's death.