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Metro

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Metro, from most recent to least.

14th Street Car Barn Redevelopment Will Only House Electric Buses

14th Street Car Barn Redevelopment Will Only House Electric Buses

Nena Perry-Brown | September 21st 2021

In a win for environmental justice-minded residents nearby, WMATA announced on Monday that the rebuilt 14th Street garage will only house electric... read »

Streamlined Metro Proposals Could Result in New Stations in Georgetown and Union Market

Streamlined Metro Proposals Could Result in New Stations in Georgetown and Union Market

Nena Perry-Brown | September 7th 2021

WMATA is advancing some proposals from late 2019 to alleviate crowding on the Blue, Orange, and Silver lines. ... read »

The Metro Stations Where Rents Went Down, and Up, Over the Past Year

The Metro Stations Where Rents Went Down, and Up, Over the Past Year

Nena Perry-Brown | July 1st 2021

A recent report by RentHop states that rents went down at 60% of stations on the Metrorail system.  ... read »

How Prince George’s County Can Court Transit-Oriented Development

How Prince George’s County Can Court Transit-Oriented Development

Nena Perry-Brown | February 4th 2021

The Greater Washington Partnership recently released reports covering how Prince George's and Anne Arundel Counties can kick-start transit-oriented... read »

Montgomery County Council Overrides Veto of Metro Development Incentives

Montgomery County Council Overrides Veto of Metro Development Incentives

Nena Perry-Brown | October 27th 2020

The bill exempts new high-rise residential developments on land leased from Metro from property taxes for 15 years. ... read »

Montgomery County Passes Bill That Could Bring Thousands of Units to Metro Stations

Montgomery County Passes Bill That Could Bring Thousands of Units to Metro Stations

Nena Perry-Brown | October 7th 2020

The bill offers tax incentivizes for high-density residential transit-oriented development through the end of 2032. ... read »

A Bill Could Bring Thousands of Residential Units to Montgomery County Metro Stations

A Bill Could Bring Thousands of Residential Units to Montgomery County Metro Stations

Nena Perry-Brown | July 6th 2020

On Tuesday, the Council plans to introduce a bill granting developers a property tax exemption for constructing high-rise development on WMATA-owned... read »

DC Council to Introduce Bill Giving Residents $100 Transit Stipends

DC Council to Introduce Bill Giving Residents $100 Transit Stipends

Nena Perry-Brown | March 2nd 2020

If passed, residents would have monthly stipends of up to $100 loaded onto their Smartrip cards. ... read »

Where a New Silver Line Could Create New Metro Stops

Where a New Silver Line Could Create New Metro Stops

Nena Perry-Brown | December 10th 2019

UrbanTurf highlights another two new proposals WMATA recently put forth to alleviate congestion on the Blue, Orange and Silver Lines. ... read »

WMATA Floats New Blue Line with Georgetown Metro Stop

WMATA Floats New Blue Line with Georgetown Metro Stop

Nena Perry-Brown | December 6th 2019

The proposal is one of several the agency is putting forth to address congestion on the Blue, Orange, and Silver Lines. ... read »

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