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01:42 min | 2 years ago

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"Route 29 to the Silver Spring Metro station in Montgomery County Councilman Tom Hucker says. In some cases, they will even be using the shoulder to bypass traffic. The drivers will have little remote control buttons will they'll be able to hold open a green light a little bit longer? And get farther along and so that that will help all the traffic just moved. More more efficiently. Buses will run every 7.5 minutes during rush hour. John Doman w T o P NEWS GOVERNMENTS. No SALE Order for cruise ships has been extended now till October, 31st. But that doesn't mean they won't set sail this follower winner even if the No sale order is not in effect November 1st CBS Travel editor Peter Greenberg says it's unlikely most ships will be ready. Most cruise ships they've adjusted their sailing schedules to start after the first of the year, and in many cases as late as March of 2021. The cruise ship industry is promising. Robust testing of crews and passengers, enhanced cleaning protocols and social distancing, Greenberg says. There could be a couple of cruises around Christmas time. One or two sales may be in the Galapagos or in the Caribbean. But Greenberg says the cruise lines have been preparing not to sail on Ilott leased the new year, particularly on O w. T o P News. It is domestic violence awareness month across the country and one local county wants you to listen up the ladder on county domestic abuse in response team, or Dart says that while avoiding public places and working remotely make her the spread of Corona virus, people who are surviving domestic violence may be in danger by staying at home. Dart says that this is an epidemic within an epidemic. Judy Hanley of the Loudon abused Women Walter, We have a shelter with 12 beds that has worked for us for 35 years until this year, And.

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"councilman tom hucker" Discussed on WTOP

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02:45 min | 2 years ago

"councilman tom hucker" Discussed on WTOP

"Montgomery County corridor flashes a bus rapid transit line that begins picking up passengers this Wednesday. This is going to be a way to address a longstanding historic inequity and to serve the residents of White Oak and East County with a really first class transit experience. The balls will run from the park and ride lot in Burtonsville down Route 29 with Silver Spring Metro Station in Montgomery County Councilman Tom Hucker says. In some cases, they will even be using the shoulder. To bypass traffic. The drivers will have little remote control buttons. Well, they'll be able to hold open a green light a little bit longer and get farther along, and so that that will help all the traffic just moved. More more efficiently. Buses will run every 7.5 minutes during rush hour, John Doman w T O P News. Meanwhile, Metro is moving ahead with safety working station closures doing so despite a massive budget shortfall because of the pandemic, Metro general manager Paul Wiedefeld told board members it could not put off safety fixes planned for next Here despite projected low revenue due to a lack of riders on the rails. You just are telling us even if offices were to open your not plan to come back until the vaccine is available because of that decreased revenue, Metro's board told the transit agency to proceed with an F Y 22 budget in the worst case scenario that ridership does not improve, leaving at 400 million lower than its pre pandemic operating budget. Meanwhile, five major closures are slated for next year, Starting with the February station closure of Arlington Cemetery. Closures of West Hyattsville to Green Belt and DuPont Circle to Van Ness in the summer. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News, you might have been stuck in the traffic a serious crash on the B W Parkway after person dead. Another suffering serious injuries happen around four o'clock this morning. Information is still trickling in, though In Montgomery County. Two people died in a single car crash on Ridge Road near morning Star Drive in the Clarksburg area. Montgomery County Police say the Jeep Wrangler left the road before midnight. Driver, 20 year old Dylan Bansi and his passenger 18 year old Maryann Hardisty died from their injuries. It is domestic violence awareness month across the country. One local county wants you to listen up the lot on county domestic abuse in response team, or Dart says that while avoiding public places and working remotely make herb the spread of Corona virus, people who are surviving domestic violence may be in danger by staying at home. Dart says that this is an epidemic within an epidemic. Judy Hanley of the Loudon abused Women Shelter. We have a shelter with 12 beds that has worked for us for 35 years until this year, And now today we have 24 people and shelter If you are suffering from domestic abuse, make a safety plan that includes plans for leaving and telling family and friends about the abuse. Also reach out to local shelters and law enforcement agencies for additional resource is Luc.

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"councilman tom hucker" Discussed on WTOP

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02:52 min | 2 years ago

"councilman tom hucker" Discussed on WTOP

"Is with serious injuries. Montgomery County Police are investigating a deadly crash in Germantown. Before midnight Last night, A 2013 Jeep Wrangler crashed on Ridge Road and morning star drive and rolled over several times. Please tell w t o p The 20 year old driver Dylan Bansi died at the hospital is 18 year old passenger. Marianne Hardisty died at the scene. They were both from Germantown. Riding a commuter bus from far out areas of Montgomery County and a silver spring can sometimes be an exercise in frustration. But for some people, the anguish may soon turn into something resembling joy. You're going to feel like they're riding the rails going to be such a high quality product. It's going to be a rail like experience. There's no rail line running up to 29 through Montgomery County. But that's what County Councilman Tom Hucker is comparing the new flash bus to its both rapid transit running along the 29 corridor between Burtonsville in downtown silver Spring. It's a heavily black and brown population and heavily immigrant. And lower income, a lot of seniors as well. So they've never been served by a high quality rail like first class transit product. The new bus line starts picking up passengers at 5 A.m. on Wednesday, and we'll run every 7.5 minutes. During rush hour. Bus drivers will be allowed to drive on the shoulder along some parts of 29 even hold a light on green until they get through John Dome and W T. O P News. Metro's board says it could be another year before ridership on the rails returns to pre pandemic levels. And that means a big hole in the budget. Despite that, the board is moving forward with safety fixes, which will cause closures. Metro General manager Paul We, too, felt explained to board members that putting off and he planned worked to save money really isn't an option for these are the types of projects that if we don't do them quickly, we can do them. We could have some serious issues that somebody's location. There are five major outages planned starting in mid February next year with the closure of Arlington Cemetery Station in the summer, West Hyattsville Greenbelt will see closures as well. DuPont Circle Van Ness stations. The board recommended Metro plan for continued low rail ridership, which generates the most revenue and assume an F Y 22. Budget for 100 million lower that's pre pandemic operating budget. Meghan Clarity w GOP news The executive director of a Virginia Economic Development Commission bent rules to forgive a six figure grant toe a politically connected developer. That's according to The Associated Press. The tobacco region revitalisation commissions, Evan Fineman did not recoup the $210,000 that Chuck a lesson old the state In an interview, Fineman defended his actions were coming up here in money news. Have you ever heard of a land contract? Well,.

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04:02 min | 2 years ago

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"Storm team four meteorologist Lord Ricketts, 72 in Chantilly, 70. And Penn Quarter 70 in Colombia and 16. Nine. Here in Friendship Heights. At 1 11, writing a commuter bus into D. C can sometimes be an exercise in frustration. But for some folks, the anguish may soon turn into something resembling joy, and they're going to feel like they're riding the rails will be such a high quality product. It's going to be a rail like experience. There's no rail line running up to 29 through Montgomery County. But that's what County Councilman Tom Hucker is comparing the new flash bus to its both rapid transit running along the 29 corridor between Burtonsville and Town silver spring. It's a heavily black and brown population and heavily immigrant and lower income a lot of seniors as well. So they've never been served by a high quality rail like first class transit product. The new bus line starts picking up passengers at 5 A.m. on Wednesday, and we'll run every 7.5 minutes. During rush hour bus drivers will be allowed to drive on the shoulder along some parts of 29 even hold a light on green until they get through John Dome and W T O P News. Metro's Word says it could be a year before ridership on the rails returns to pre pandemic levels, and that will mean a huge budget shortfall. Despite that the board is moving forward with safety fixes that will cause closures. Metro general manager Paul Wiedefeld explained to board members that putting off any planned worked to save money really isn't an option. These a touch of project that if we don't do them Quickly. We can do them. We could have some serious issues with some of his location. There are five major outages planned starting in mid February next year with the closure of Arlington Cemetery Station in the summer, West Hyattsville Greenbelt will see closures as well. DuPont Circle through Van Ness stations. The board recommended Metro plan for continued low rail ridership, which generates the most revenue and assume an F Y 22 budget for 100 million lower than its priest pandemic operating budget. Second clarity. W GOP News It's 1 13. We have more now on the deadly crash on the Baltimore Washington Parkway that you've been hearing about during our traffic reports that happened just before four o'clock this morning Park police tell w t O P. Two people were taken to the hospital. One of them has died and the other has serious injuries. Montgomery County Police are investigating a deadly accident in German town of 2013 Jeep Wrangler crashed on Ridge Road and morning star drive just before midnight last night and rolled over several times. Police tell w t O p The 20 year old driver, Dylan Bansi died at the hospital of 18 year old passenger Marianne Hardest. He died at the scene. They were both from German tone. The search is on for ways to reduce speeding and increase safety for pedestrians and bicyclists on Shreve Road, its route 703 and Falls Church, and it's a major travel corridor between Lee Highway and Leesburg Pike in a virtual public meeting, v dot show the community some possible future changes to the roadway. A million. Martin, a project consultant engineer, says eight spots have been identified for possible improvement, including two intersections in front of Shreve would elementary school Our team looked at reconfiguring the intersections who add roundabouts, which can be helpful for controlling speeds in and out of the roundabout. Other traffic calming elements could include simple measures like road markings. These are proposed improvements only there are no construction dates and no funding. Sources identified to make the changes. Dick Uliano w. T. O P. News gambling companies have spent more than $2 million trying to persuade voters in Maryland to approve sports betting. The Baltimore Sun's his campaign finance reports filed Friday show Draftkings and Fanduel have about $486,000 left of the $2.75 million. They've put into a group called Vote Yes, on question, too. Sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white. Think red at 1 15. Now we go to Frank Hanrahan just.

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"councilman tom hucker" Discussed on WTOP

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

"councilman tom hucker" Discussed on WTOP

"Ninety five all running without delay Ian Crawford WTOP traffic storm team four dragons marries a fog out there that could last right on through the morning commute so heads up for that as you make your way out about on your Wednesday morning the other thing to think about later on could be some chance of showers maybe some strong thunderstorms most likely coming though around eight nine ten o'clock on Wednesday night so with that we're talking about the the potential for some strong potentially damaging winds upwards of forty to fifty miles per hour that's up there will be tracking for you behind that system were on the mild side for Wednesday highs in the fifties Thursday and Friday there were only in the forties and we get rather windy during the day on Thursday with winds gusting upwards of twenty thirty even forty miles per hour Friday winds gusting twenty to thirty miles per hour and still quite chilly for the weekend highs in the upper thirties to around forty degrees so yeah you're ready mother nature bring us chilled X. U. days I'm struggling for chief meteorologist Doug Kammerer forty seven degrees you're waking up to this early Wednesday morning three AM our February twenty sixth here it is forty seven and Leesburg fifty in Manassas as well in Culpeper this morning forty six in Hagerstown fifty in Fredericksburg Virginia forty seven Frederick Maryland word fifty outside the WTO P. studios in our nation's capital welcome in this early hour graduate this year WTOP severe weather strikes keep it right here your twenty four seven weather source WTOP WTOP dot com renters in Montgomery County have a really cool reason to smile this morning a bill requiring landlords to provide air conditioning was unanimously approved by the county council this week landlords must install AC for use between June first and September thirtieth councilman Tom Hucker sponsoring the bill we're we're not only concerned about the cost of a window unit which isn't that much but it's the more expensive electric upgrades that may be necessary in some of our older rental properties landlords.

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02:26 min | 2 years ago

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"South Carolina democratic debate we are in the second hour of tonight's debate on C. B. S. former vice president Joe Biden has been a bit feisty the fact that about a Chinese folk overtime I'm gonna talk to Dale the judge mark Bernie Sanders for refusing to support elimination of the filibuster in the U. S. Senate are we gonna deliver revolution if you won't even support a rule change we are in the state warned Democrats of the dangers of Bernie Sanders is the nominee if you keep on going we will elect Bernie Bernie will lose to Donald Trump and Donald Trump and the house and the Senate and some of the state houses we'll all go red Elizabeth Warren said she's a progressive who can win progressives have got one shot and we need to spend a week with a leader who will get something done CBS news special report I'm Steve Futterman and do not forget that you can watch tonight's debate live at W. T. O. P. dot com it's nine twenty one two registered Democrats in Florida both of them veterans in their eighties are asking a court to remove Bernie Sanders from the state's March seventeenth primary ballot Sanders is registered as a Democrat with the Federal Election Commission but the lawsuit filed in Leon county says he is not a bona fide a Democrat Sanders has for decades refused to formally identify as a Democrat even though he has long caucused with the party the lawsuit says defended Sanders is quote clearly an independent it is clearly not a Democrat by his own definitions Florida Democratic Party voters but either voted unanimously last year to play centers on the primary ballot renters in Montgomery County have a really cool reason to smile as evening a bill requiring landlords to provide air conditioning was unanimously approved earlier today by the county council landlords must install AC for use between June first and September thirtieth councilman Tom Hucker sponsored a bill where we're not only concerned about the cost of a window unit which isn't that much but it's the more expensive electric upgrades that may be necessary in some of our older rental property landlords will have to pay for any upgrades the bill doesn't apply to single family homes and landlords can ask for a six month extension the bill now goes to the county executive for approval there were long delays on the red lines is more on the red line this morning after a man was hit by a train in Rockville just before six this morning Montgomery count the fire and.

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

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"With rape in separate cases they were each arrested after schools earlier this month in Montgomery County they are charged as adults because they are older than eighteen look I'm a county police confirm officers arrested twenty year old Jonathan Korea Salamanca at McMurry Blair high school on February thirteenth charging him with second degree rape and sex abuse of a minor charging documents say Salamanca had a sexual relationship with an eleven year old girl for three months last year the documents say the victim's father found a phone Salamanca had purchased for the girl in her room and on its socks posted photos and texts shared between the two a judge ordered Salamanca held without bond in a separate case police confirm they arrested nineteen year old Ivan Ramos Lopez at Bethesda Chevy Chase high school on February nineteenth charging him with second degree rape the camera county schools has yet to comment on either case Meghan clarity WTOP news we're still working to gather the details on that second case will get them to you as soon as we can five twenty two renters in Montgomery County have a really cool reason to smile this evening potentially a bill asking landlords to require air conditioning was unanimously approved earlier today by the county council landlords have to put in a C. for use between June first and September thirtieth the bill was sponsored by councilman Tom Hucker we're we're not only concerned about the cost of a window unit which isn't that much but it's the more expensive electric upgrades that may be necessary in some of our older rental properties landlords will have to pay for upgrades at the bill does not apply to single family homes landlords can ask for a six month extension the bill now goes to county executive mark L. rich for approval now to a story we've been following that's important to your grocery shopping thousands of Safeway workers still plan to strike March.

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