At the first of two public hearings on a 79-mile bus rapid transit network, about 100 residents and interest groups turned out to testify on how the proposal would affect the future of commuting in Montgomery County.
Metro says it has instituted action to maintain security after a set of its keys were stolen.
An overturned truck caused delays for commuters on northbound Interstate 95 Tuesday morning.
The Virginia State Corporation Commission granted Loudoun County's request to join an effort to drive down rates on the Dulles Greenway.
Metro: weekend delays expected on blue and orange lines, trains to run every 16 minutes
A crash involving two tractor trailers caused delays on northbound Interstate 95 before Route 619 Monday morning.
The proposed Bi-County Parkway could come under review from Congress.
After a bout of confusion, the D.C. City Council votes to scrap proposed changes to its Visitor Parking Program.
Improvements to Virginia's Interstate 66 could be years in the making.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is planning to overhaul the toll collection system used along the 14-mile Dulles Toll Road including phasing in of more plaza lanes for E-ZPass users.
The District considers the possibility of adding tolls to enter downtown D.C.
More than a dozen Loudoun County Public School students were in a school bus when it crashed in Purcellville Friday morning.
Metro riders will see a few changes come Oct. 1. Metrorail says it plans to lower the price of SmarTrip cards in effort to get more people to use them.
A tractor trailer fire caused delays on the Beltway in Maryland Friday morning.
Some drivers who commute through road construction daily have damage to their car and have been unsure of where to go to file a complaint.
Car Free Weekend kicks off Friday, Sept. 20 to encourage commuters who drive alone to consider alternatives like mass transit, carpool, vanpool, Capital Bikeshare or teleworking.
1st phase of Metro's Silver Line in Virginia to be completed in November, open in 2014
A new survey from the Transportation Planning Board's Commuter Connections program finds that while more people are teleworking and using mass transit, most still drive a car by themselves into work.
A man who received a speeding ticket from a speed camera that was later relocated was found guilty of speeding but a judge suspended all fines associated with the ticket.
DC DOT: Streets, bridges near Navy Yard reopen after shooting
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