D.C.'s 311 system will soon consolidate requests for information and repairs. And its 911 system is now geolocating emergency calls from cell phones.
Marriott plans to move its headquarters, where 3,500 employees work, from a suburban office park in Bethesda to the town’s quickly-changing urban center. It’s a central component of Bethesda’s increasingly fast evolution from a residential, suburban town to something that more closely resembles a city. While Bethesda officials celebrate the move and the business it will bring downtown, longtime residents have expressed concern about traffic and construction. Kojo explores what the hotel company’s new offices will mean for Bethesda–and where they fit into the larger picture of growth and development in our region.
- Miranda Spivack Independent Journalist; @mirandareporter
- Nancy Floreen Member, Montgomery County Council (D-At Large); @NancyFloreen
- Amanda Farber Co-Vice President; East Bethesda Citizens Association
Most Recent Shows
Recent investigations have called into question how local law enforcement handles sexual assault cases. We explore what's working, and what isn't, in police responses to sexual assault.
The National Gallery of Art has one of the largest art collections in America. But how diverse are the artists?
Restoring late-night Metrorail service would help workers in the hospitality industry, proponents say, but opponents say it could lead to daytime delays and a financial loss for WMATA.