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May 16, 2019

Considering Accessibility Challenges

My morning commute usually begins with a lengthy walk to the Metro, followed by a short train ride. The regularity in which I traverse this route has helped me become an expert on its subtleties. I know which street crossings require a little extra caution, which houses tend to be a little slow on their snow-clearing duties, and the name of the man who passes out The Express at the top of the Metro station.

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May 9, 2019

Five Reasons to Join the Fun on Bike to Work Day

Every year, thousands of commuters from around the Washington region pledge to travel to work by bike, and to support their local community at one of several hundred pit stops. This year there will be a total of seven morning pit stops and three afternoon locations in Arlington County for riders to enjoy.

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May 2, 2019

Champion of the Month: Dorchester Apartments

Dorchester Apartments (E.G. Reinsch) has been a great partner and heavily involved in Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) Champions program since its inception over five years ago. As one of our most dedicated residential Champions, the property has achieved Platinum Level for the past three years and continue to keep up the momentum by implementing new programs year over year. Through this partnership, they have improved their properties, the larger Columbia Pike community, and in turn the lives of their residents.

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April 25, 2019

Do the Math Before You Travel

We understand that sometimes it might feel easier to drive to work—whether it’s too rainy to walk to Metro, or you need to drop your kids at school—especially if you’re using the I-66 Express Lanes. However, using the lanes during peak hours will result in tolls for solo drivers. The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has the perfect tool to help you understand anticipated toll prices.

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April 12, 2019

Transportation Alternatives During Summer 2019 Metro Shutdown

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA), the government agency that operates both Metrorail and Metrobus and more commonly referred to as Metro, is adding additional shuttle and bus services to help alleviate travel issues during the 2019 Metro Shutdown.

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