Mayor Muriel Bowser announced a third month of significant increases in DC Circulator ridership. In April 2019, nearly 150,000 more passengers rode the DC Circulator, a 37% increase in ridership compared to the same period in 2018. While the Mayor has proposed to #KeepCirculatorFree in her FY2020 budget proposal, the Council has ignored the supportive response from residents and has proposed to eliminate free DC Circulator for residents.
Jun 5 2023
(Washington, DC) – Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced transitions of executive leadership in the...
Jul 23 2020
Mayor Bowser Highlights DC FACES Working Group to Evaluate Legacy of Named Public Spaces and Statues in DC
The internal government working group will review the legacy of namesakes of District assets.
Jul 23 2020
Mayor Bowser Welcomes New Whole Foods Market to Ward 1 Mixed-Use Project Ahead of Upcoming New Affordable Housing
The Wren, a 375,000 square foot mixed-use development, will produce 431 apartment units.
Jul 20 2020
Due to Extreme Heat, District’s Public Testing Sites to Operate on a Modified Schedule on Tuesday, July 21 and Wednesday, July 22
(WASHINGTON, DC) – Due to dangerously hot temperatures, the District’s public COVID-19 testing...
Jun 23 2020
Mayor Bowser Marks 50th Anniversary of Pride Month with Installation of Rainbow Artwork at Dupont Circle Intersection
DDOT expects to do similar installations at additional intersections along 17th Street, NW later...