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DDOT’s sticking to its forecast of streetcar passenger service by year’s end. [Post]

Douglas continues to expand its reach along New York Avenue NE. [WBJ]

The new McLean Metro station has too much car parking, not enough bike parking. [WAMU]

Capital Bikeshare experiences setbacks, but DDOT promises expansion. [DDOT]

D.C.’s the No. 5 biking city in America, slipping one spot in the rankings. [Bicycling]

Planners vs. traffic engineers on Southeast Boulevard. [GGW]

Small Dupont Circle park should be completed by the new year. [UrbanTurf]

Recommendations for making D.C.’s transportation more senior-friendly. [Coalition for Smarter Growth]

Children’s National Health System could get a big chunk of the federal half of Walter Reed. [WBJ]

New from WalkScore: Crime Grade [UrbanTurf]

Why D.C. should be wary of the Olympics [Post]

Today on the market: Trinidad rowhouse—-$520,000