The Virginia Department of Transportation says that there won't be any complete shutdowns of I-95 for bridge work. There will also be Silver Line work, and some delays on the Metro.
When you think of the deadliest month to drive, the height of summer travel probably doesn't come to mind. But if you're planning a road trip soon during the dog days of summer, plan to use extra caution out on the road.
On Monday, the Virginia Department of Transportation will change the traffic flow in the existing High Occupancy Vehicle lanes, cutting off northbound traffic at 10 a.m., instead of 11 a.m., and opening southbound traffic at noon instead of 1 p.m.
There was a surprise delivery at Metro's L'Enfant Plaza around 10:45 a.m. Thursday when a passenger went into labor on the Green Line train and delivered her baby on the platform.
In June, Prince George's County ticket writer Antoine Budd was indicted on 41 counts of fraud, perjury and misconduct. Now one alleged victim tells WTOP she still cannot believe what happened to her.
The Charles County Sheriff's office has suspended its three speed cameras because at least one was placed 300 feet outside of a school zone.
The speed cameras on I-295 near the Blue Plains Water Treatment Plant will be replaced with better cameras.
As part of the "Smooth Operator" safe driving campaign, D.C., Montgomery County and the Maryland State Police gathered with transportation officials to demonstrate for drivers what a difference 10 mph can make.
Fairfax County is exploring a new development option to address its dire need for thousands of affordable residential units — the expansion of studio-only apartment buildings across the jurisdiction.
Some might call them "Beltway Bullies": Drivers who cut others off, speed and weave or get too close for comfort.
Metro's Silver Line, scheduled to open early next year, has changed the dynamic in Northern Virginia. The transit-oriented Arlington office corridor is shifting north and west.
Metro's general manager says employees who jam rail car intercoms could face discipline.
The Columbia Pike streetcar has approval for its next planning steps from the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors.
A new law aimed at drunken drivers may be doing what it's supposed to - preventing them from getting behind the wheel.
The Virginia transportation package approved by the General Assembly could still mean an increased gas tax - but it would happen without a vote.
Va road-funding fix rescues projects but uncertainty looms over key revenue, toll provisions
A 6.5-mile highway continues to stir passion and divide communities in Northern Virginia with no end in sight.
Route 7 between Alexandria and Tysons in Virginia is a heavily congested corridor with about 62,000 vehicles on a typical workday.
The construction of I-95 Express Lanes and Metro rail rebuilding work could alter travel plans over the weekend.
As the summer repaving season is in full swing, the Virginia Department of Transportation is spending new transportation money to fix more roads around Northern Virginia.