Morning Rundown

by Andrew Ramonas March 15, 2016 at 9:55 am 0

Union Station

X2 Bus Still Favored Over Streetcar — The X2 bus took more riders down H Street and Benning Road NE than the D.C. streetcar during the past two weeks. [Washington City Paper]

Navy Yard Movie Theater Construction Faces Delays — A luxury, 16-screen movie theater might arrive on N Place SE later than 2018, when its developer initially planned to open it. [Washington Business Journal]

Union Station to Trade former Center Cafe for Ad Space — More monitors with advertising are slated to come to Union Station, which is set to give up at least some of the former Center Cafe space for ad displays. [Washingtonian]

Capitol Hill Teen Wins Ski Championship —  Zoe Crute, a 13-year-old Capitol Hill resident, last weekend won the 2016 Pennsylvania State Ski Championship for women under the age of 14. She is set to compete in the U14 USSA Eastern Championships in Maine later this month. Crute is thought to be the first D.C. resident to become an overall champion in the The Pennsylvania Alpine Racing Association, which includes skiers from D.C., Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania. [Hill is Home]


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