Borderstan Brief

by Tim Regan November 10, 2015 at 8:20 am 0


Big Buses — Metro unveiled its new fleet of 60-foot hybrid buses yesterday. The new buses will be added to the 14th Street, Georgia Avenue, and 16th Street NW routes over the next year. [Washington City Paper, DCist, WAMU]

Parking Meters May Get Pricier — The District is currently testing parking meters with built-in “surge pricing” that would raise the cost of an hour of parking to as much as $8 during busy times. [Washington Business Journal]

Computer-driven Trains Coming Back — Metro is slowly reintroducing its computer-driven trains on the Red Line. [Greater Greater Washington]

Bless Your SoulCycle — SoulCycle’s 14th Street location will open its doors on Thursday. [Borderstan]

Wicked Embarrassing — The 2016 Nationals calendar has a beautiful shot of the team lined up on the field at Nationals Park. Hold on. That’s … that’s not Nationals Park. That’s Fenway. [Washington Post]


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