Breakfast links: Push back
Image from DCTC.
Councilmembers hate taxi colors:
Several DC councilmembers hate the proposed taxi designs and say they just meant for a single color. They may pass legislation
to stop the current process. (Post)
Juvenile arguments on policy:
Courtland Milloy has a point
that the Ivy City bus yard was unfair, but claims it's part of The Plan. He insists the city cares more about bike lanes than job training because a 12 year old says so. (Post)
Amtrak returns to Norfolk:
For the first time since 1977, Amtrak will serve Norfolk
. Today, it becomes the southernmost stop on the Northeast Corridor. (Virginian-Pilot)
Walter Reed intersection keeps expanding:
Maryland has received $18.3 million in federal funds
to further expand the intersection of Connecticut Ave and Jones Bridge Road near Walter Reed through 2016. (Post)
Pro-pot lawyer seeks council seat:
Paul Zukerberg, a lawyer specializing in defending marijuana possession cases, will contest the at-large special election
this April. Zukerberg supports marijuana decriminalization, as does Marion Barry. (Post)
Fine camera operators for errors?:
Jon Cardin wants traffic camera operators to pay a $1,000 fine
for each erroneous ticket they write. There had been reports of a few malfunctioning cameras in Baltimore. (DC's process is different, with police directly involved in approving every ticket. (Baltimore Sun)
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