Thanks to all who sent photos yesterday from the corner of Colorado and 16th Street, NW.
All I can say is ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Though I am curious about what’s in those bags…
Photo by Andrew Bailey
D’oh! While there were reports of enforcement witnessed this is quite the picture. Thanks to Andrew for sending at 9am this morning:
“I don’t think this is how these new red bus lanes on I St. NW are supposed to work…
Seems to still be some confusion…the sign says right-turns are OK, but how about when there are bus stops at the same corner? Then again, DC isn’t known for having the clearest signage…”
Ed. Note: These dedicated bus lanes are set for AM Peak: 7:00 AM – 9:30 AM
PM Peak: 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM. Since this was the first day hopefully continued enforcement will help work out the kinks. If this is indeed a kink.
Caitlin reports just after 9am:
“wmata having serious issues at Columbia Heights right now. Already packed platform just watched a completely empty train roll past.”
Thanks to Andrei for sending from 3rd and Pennsylvania Ave, NW after yesterday’s deluge.
Photo by Kristof Grina
“Guess this one didn’t make the cut for a presidential pardon. Feeling like most of us in DC these days.”
November 2018 in one photo. Thanks to Stuart and Micaela for sending from 15th Street just south of Irving Street, NW. This mural was done in 2009 by Joel Bergner. Any permit pros out there able to find out what’s coming to this building is 3043 15th Street, NW?
Update: condos. Thanks to Adam (and others) for finding.
When it first went up in July 2009
Thanks to Lindsay for sending from M Street.
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From MPD Saturday:
“Last night [Friday], members of the Fifth District Crime Suppression Team executed a search warrant on a marijuana pop up event in the 2200 block of 25th Place, NE. The event was widely advertised and well attended. Officers arrested 30 distributors, seized pounds of marijuana and THC containing products from 28 vendors, seized over $10,000 in US Currency and recovered 3 firearms! 5D CST definitely deserves a round of applause for their efforts to keep our streets safe!”