D.C.’s transportation grid is anything but static. From streetcar lines to bike share programs, the city’s moving to change the ways people move around. Kojo talks with Gabe Klein, the District’s point person on transportation issues.

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  • Gabe Klein Director, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT)

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