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It's only eight miles long, but a popular bike trail is now getting extra attention after a series of attacks.
Washingtonians may have a reputation as weather wimps, but the Capital Bikeshare program will challenge that notion, rolling right through even the most frigid of winter days. The bike share will due expand this spring, with 36 more stations installed to go along with the 106 already in place in D.C. and Arlington.
The great success of a new Amtrak line from Boston to Virginia has spurred the train company to add additional stops in some areas that haven't had train service for more than 30 years.
Five MARC commuter rail cars have derailed after a slow-speed collision with a freight train in Union Station's rail yard. MARC's afternoon service is not expected to be affected.
Some trains out of Union Station were delayed Thursday afternoon because of police activity in the area.
MARC train 538 stopped working outside of the New Carrolton station around 6:30 p.m. Monday. The train departed from Union Station, planned to stop in Baltimore, and then continue to Perryville.
A program run by Verrus Mobile will allow drivers to pay for parking spots in the Union Station, Dupont Circle, K Street, I Street and New York Avenue areas of downtown D.C.