A trip through downtown Bethesda's core of one-way streets can throw drivers for a loop, especially if you miss your destination and have to go around again.
Prince George's County officials voted 8-1 to approve the building plan for a $925 million casino near the nation's capital.
Metro has begun simulating service on its new Silver Line, with just five days left before it opens to rail commuters.
Kristi King, WTOP
The Arlington board on Saturday adopted a 10-year capital improvement program that includes funding for both the Columbia Pike and Crystal City streetcar lines, a pair of major transit projects that are seen either as important economic initiatives or massive boondoggles.
It took five years to build, but finally the Metro's Silver Line is expected to start rolling down the tracks.
The new buses will connect the Braddock Road and Crystal City Metro stations with multiple stops between the two.
I-95 bridge in Prince George County to be dedicated in honor of Virginia trooper slain in 1985
Metro travelers to wait longer on some lines this weekend
Virginia transportation leaders will pursue toll lanes on Interstate 66 outside the Beltway, in addition to possibly rail or bus rapid transit along the 25-mile corridor between Haymarket and Vienna.
There have been 24 crashes involving pedestrians or cyclists near the Vienna Metro station in 2013-14, according to the Fairfax County Police Department -- and now officers are hoping jaywalking fines can curb crashes.
Speed cameras near the University of Maryland will soon be working around the clock, a reaction to three pedestrian fatalities this year.
The Maryland State Highway Administration has announced a series of safety enhancements for a troubled section of Route 1 in College Park.
Obama to press for action on transportation funds in Virginia, Delaware events
Afternoon trains on MARC's Brunswick Line will run at reduced speeds because of the heat.
A Prince William County roadway has reopened after a three-vehicle crash caused its closure for most of the Monday morning rush hour.
Route 28, one of Northern Virginia's busiest roads, will be scrutinized this summer.
Starting Monday, ticket writers in the District of Columbia will crack down on illegal parking along the H Street-Benning Road corridor from the Hopscotch Bridge to the old Spingarn High School.
Starting Aug. 25, the Georgia Avenue and 14th Street corridors will get extended buses that can hold more people.
As many in the region plan for a summer getaway to the beaches in Virginia or North Carolina, transportation leaders are reminding drivers to expect some delays on any trip south on Interstate 95.
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