Sprawl & Crawl
WTOP's Hank Silverberg reports.
A new plan recommends eliminating the calculation of a minimum amount of parking space needed at new buildings in the District, and it's drawing concerns.
WTOP's Sprawl and Crawl reporter Ari Ashe
Metro could lose millions in federal grants used to make repairs and improvements if the sequester takes effect. Fare revenue is also likely to drop as fewer federal employees take Metro to work.
As Maryland roads get more congested, a new report finds inadequate roads are costing $6.2 billion annually in operating costs, lost time in traffic and wasted fuel.
A Fairfax County police officer had to be cut from his cruiser after a driver going the wrong way on Little River Turnpike slammed into his cruiser, police say.
With extremely long commutes around the D.C. region, there are ways to ease the pain. WTOP's David Burd offers several.
Metro says shuttle buses will replace trains on parts of the Red, Blue and Yellow lines this weekend.
Metro officials says new Silver Line tracks don't appear to have been damaged in an incident during testing that caused major rush hour delays.
The gridlock in Congress over finding a way to avoid sequestration could actually mean less gridlock on D.C.-area roads.
Ever see the rows of German luxury cars lining the streets in D.C. and wonder how all those people can afford them? As it turns out, Washington-area residents have a lot more money to spend on their cars than people do in any other major U.S. city.
Drivers who use the southbound Interstate 270 ramp to eastbound I-370 found themselves delayed Tuesday morning after a car went over a guardrail.
Since Prince George's County police started monitoring a speed camera that had been destroyed, none of the county's 72 mobile speed cameras has been vandalized or damaged.
All lanes of the Inner Loop near Md. 450 have reopened.
As the focus in Annapolis remains on gun control and transportation funding, some lawmakers are debating a bill that would try to fix problems with speed cameras.
A Washington firm is continuing efforts to bring high-speed, magnetic levitation trains to the region.
A vehicle went over the Arlington Memorial Bridge Sunday night, closing traffic in both directions.
In the long term, the massive transportation package approved by Virginia's General Assembly will have very little impact on tolls.
While pedestrian fatalities in the District fell to a record low in 2012, one particular type of turn continues to lead to several serious crashes.
Virginia Railway Express schedules March hearings on proposed fare rate increase