Beltway HOT Lanes Raise Hopes, Doubts – The PostA private firm has inked a deal with VDOT to build High Occupancy Toll lanes (in which you have to have 3 or 4 people in your car or you pay a toll) on the Virginia portion of the Capital Beltway. I am a bit skeptical of
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Close on the Horizon, Plans for Taller Rosslyn – The PostI used to work in Rosslyn (in what is now the WJLA building, a 281 ft high-rise) and it really underachieves for a downtown area. Of course, as bad as it was, it still beats Tysons Corner hands down. Anything that might help it feel
ARLINGTON, Va.— It seems like every year on April 1 my apartment complex starts filling up the swimming pool. It winds up being a cruel tease on days like Wednesday (high 80+) of course, because it will not open until Memorial Day weekend. April fools!
After a 34-year hiatus, a Washington tradition dating back to Dwight Eisenhower’s first presidential term will be officially renewed when Charlie Brotman takes his place behind the microphone in the refurbished RFK Stadium press box on April 14. After a tune-up at an April 3 exhibition game against the New York Mets, the DC native