The chairwoman of the National Transportation Safety Board says she's impressed with the progress that Metro has made regarding safety since the Red Line crash took nine lives.
The National Transportation Safety Board has released its "Most Wanted List" for 2014. This list includes the agency's top 10 areas for safety improvements when it comes to planes, trains and automobiles.
Metropolitan police say a construction worker was killed when an SUV crashed into a work zone on Suitland Parkway in Southeast.
With the 495 Express Lanes' one-year anniversary in the dust, more information is being released about who uses the roadway and what drivers are paying -- however, the numbers show there are still fewer vehicles on the road than first anticipated.
Va. transportation board unanimously agrees to slash planned tolls on Hampton Roads tunnels
Virginia Railway Express train struck and killed a person near Burke, Va.
Study: Tunnel toll costs will hurt businesses, residents, city revenues in Portsmouth
A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for the entire WTOP listening area until 9 a.m. Wednesday.
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Metro: buses to replace trains on section of the red and green lines for weekend work
Can you imagine whizzing from D.C. to Baltimore in just 15 minutes? If a business group has its way, you'll be able to speed past the backed-up traffic on Interstate 95 aboard the super-fast magnetic levitation train.
A least 10 vehicles struck debris on the Outer Loop of the Capital Beltway near Georgia Avenue Monday, leaving many of them with flat tires.
More than four years after a fatal Red Line crash, Metro is getting closer to resume automatic train operation, one of the key components of automatic train control.
A D.C. resident fighting a ticket since early 2012 tells WTOP TicketBuster he's fed up with delays and angry his ticket has been before an appeals board without resolution for almost two years.
Amtrak will resume normal operations along the Northeast Corridor Thursday.
Jeff Waters and his wife could have sold their 200-acre property in Clifton to a developer to carve into McMansion lots. Instead, they're developing it themselves into the Fairfax County's first paintball field.
A new push to cut rush-hour traffic in Northern Virginia involves a partnership between Prince William, Stafford and Fauquier Counties and Marine Corps Base Quantico.
VDOT plans to close I-81 travel center in Troutville in August
Virginia Beach says low bid for bridge project has $20M error, company asks to withdraw
With drivers paying almost $10 for a round-trip to use the Dulles Greenway, 2014 could be a key year in deciding whether commuters will have to pay more or less in the future.
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