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Greater Greater Washington

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DC Overcrowded: 1950 vs. 2013

DC Overcrowded: 1950 vs. 2013

UrbanTurf Staff | July 18th 2013 | 4 Comments

A recent Greater Greater Washington article uses science fiction and statistics to paint a picture of just how much more crowded and family-oriented... read »

A Strip Mall Turned Into a Park?

A Strip Mall Turned Into a Park?

Shilpi Paul | November 27th 2012

A strip mall in Silver Spring could be turned into a multi-acre park, reports Greater Greater Washington. ... read »

How Should DC Schools Balance Diversity?

How Should DC Schools Balance Diversity?

Shilpi Paul | July 23rd 2012

Greater Greater Washington's David Alpert has been examining education issues in the District this month. Last week, Alpert considered the question... read »

The Forgotten Buildings of Anacostia

The Forgotten Buildings of Anacostia

Shilpi Paul | March 21st 2012 | 1 Comment

In a piece for Greater Greater Washington today, John Muller writes about the current state of forgotten, empty buildings in inner Anacostia, dubbed... read »

Back to the Future in DC With More Corner Stores, Alley Dwellings

Back to the Future in DC With More Corner Stores, Alley Dwellings

UrbanTurf Staff | February 8th 2012 | 1 Comment

A proposed new zoning code for DC could mean that neighborhoods begin to look more like they did several decades ago. ... read »

More Bicycles, Greener Alleys and Performance Parking

More Bicycles, Greener Alleys and Performance Parking

Mark Wellborn | May 11th 2011 | 4 Comments

More Capital Bikeshare stations, greener alleys, and no increases in Circulator fees were just some of the recommendations made by DC's Committee on... read »

Metrorail Turns 35 Years Old

Metrorail Turns 35 Years Old

UrbanTurf Staff | March 27th 2011

Greater Greater Washington pointed out that the DC Metro system celebrated its 35th birthday on Sunday. In honor of the occasion, the website... read »

Report: DC Residents Pay Lowest Taxes In The Region

Report: DC Residents Pay Lowest Taxes In The Region

Mark Wellborn | February 22nd 2011 | 11 Comments

Greater Greater Washington recently analyzed a report from the DC Fiscal Policy Institute that found that DC residents (and Virginians without cars)... read »

More Capital Bikeshare Stations Needed in Anacostia?

More Capital Bikeshare Stations Needed in Anacostia?

Mark Wellborn | February 7th 2011

And Now Anacostia recently had a post about whether or not Anacostia should have another Capital Bikeshare station, one of a few recent blog posts... read »

New Map Tracks DC Circulator Buses in Real Time

New Map Tracks DC Circulator Buses in Real Time

UrbanTurf Staff | January 18th 2011 | 1 Comment

Greater Greater Washington reports on a new map tool that tracks the progress of buses along DC's Circulator routes. ... read »

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