Morning Rundown

by Andrea Swalec December 10, 2014 at 9:10 am 0

Hill Center Carriage House

I-395 Closure Request Dropped — District transportation officials are abandoning a proposal to close part of I-395 to speed construction of the Capitol Crossing project. Mayor Vincent Gray and Mayor-elect Muriel Bowser spoke out against the plan yesterday (Tuesday). [Washington Post]

Worker Injured at Government Printing Office — An employee of the Government Printing Office on the 700 block of North Capitol Street received life-threatening injuries yesterday when the employee was caught in a piece of machinery. [Washington Post]

Extended Circulator Routes — New Circulator service is coming to 2015 near the National Mall, Union Station, Navy Yard and Southwest Waterfront. [DCist]

Elissa Silverman Turns Down Council Perks — Hill resident and D.C. Councilwoman-elect Elissa Silverman said she won’t use Council license plates or help pass out low-numbered plates to VIPs. [Washington City Paper]


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