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39th Annual Marine Corps Marathon road closures
The 39th Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) and the MCM10K will take place on Sunday, October 26, 2014.
October 21, 2014, Arlington County
Arkansas Ave. NW narrowed after resident outcry
One year after a school teacher was severely injured in a crash outside her home, District transportation officials are following through on safety recommendations to remove a car lane along a busy stretch of Arkansas Avenue Northwest in the 16th Street Heights neighborhood that is used by commuters to speed to downtown D.C.
Martin Di Caro, October 20, 2014, WAMU
The contributory negligence problem for bicyclists
How DC’s legal system leaves bike crash victims without access to justice, and the opportunity before the Council to fix it.
Shane Farthing, October 17, 2014, Medium
Arlington County Board OKs farmers' market in Fairlington
Arlington County Board members on Oct. 18 approved Arlington’s ninth farmers’ market, to open next spring at the Fairlington Community Center.
October 19, 2014, Inside NoVa
Free cab rides home to be offered over Halloween
Operation SoberRide, an initiative of the Washington Regional Alcohol Program (WRAP), will offer free taxi rides home for adults who have been imbibing during Halloween.
October 20, 2014, Inside NoVa
New NoVa Transportation projects will connect, build, improve trails
As part of the 2015 Q1 funding, the Boundary Channel exchange project will get $4.335M to "Constructs two roundabouts at the terminus of the ramps from I-395 to Boundary Channel Drive."
October 17, 2014, WashCycle
Arlington to receive millions for transportation projects
Arlington County could soon be getting an influx of state transportation dollars in the tens of millions.
Ethan Rothstein, October 15, 2014, ARLnow
Capital Bikeshare ridership up 31% in Arlington
The Capital Bikeshare program continues to grow in Arlington, and its annual report shows more residents are using it, and riding farther, than ever before.
Ethan Rothstein, October 16, 2014, ARLnow