D.C. residents are sent to serve sentences in federal prisons all over the country. How is the government shutdown and the passage of the First Step Act affecting their time inside?
D.C.’s one-year dockless bikes and scooters pilot program has been extended until the end of the year. What has the District learned from their near-ubiquitous presence? And what regulations could be imposed on the bike and scooter companies that may stick around?
Kojo discusses the dockless effect on regional transportation with local commuters and observers.
- Andrew Giambrone Reporter and Housing Complex Columnist, Washington City Paper; @AndrewGiambrone
- Colin Browne Communications Director, Washington Area Bicyclists Association
- Dan Emerine Manager of Policy and Legislative Affairs, District Department of Transportation
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