Sprawl & Crawl
The Virginia Department of Transportation has reached a deal to repay some motorists whose vehicles were damaged by potholes in Hampton Roads.
Contractor's lax inspection of speed cameras leads to $27,000 in refunds in Hagerstown, Md.
WTOP's Kate Ryan reports.
Metro has resumed service along the Red Line following a report of smoke and fire under a railcar at the Silver Spring station Tuesday.
Construction industry experts to discuss Purple Line
This fall, a project to widen U.S. 1/Richmond Highway between Telegraph Road and Mount Vernon Memorial Highway will begin to help ease the commute to Fort Belvoir.
A new survey from AAA Mid-Atlantic and Transurban-Flor finds that a vast majority of drivers in Virginia along I-95 either drive distracted or have witnessed someone doing so.
Metro General Manager Richard Sarles said Thursday he thinks Metro could assume control of the Silver Spring Transit Center but he wants to address the potential extra costs of maintaining a building that has substantial structural flaws.
A new report by the advocacy group U.S. PIRG shows the number of miles Americans drive have dropped since the middle of the last decade.
So, you got a ticket. How much will your insurance premiums go up? Insurance.com analyzed insurance quotes to come up with this list.
Amtrak unveils new locomotives that will replace aging fleet on busy Northeast Corridor
Correction: Purple Line story
A system glitch in a pay-by-cell D.C. parking system left a Fairfax, Va., man the victim of an erroneous ticket, a WTOP TicketBuster investigation has found.
At an open house to update residents on the Maryland Transit Administration's Purple Line, project leaders expressed optimism that the new Maryland transportation bill could allow the 16-mile light rail line to open in 2020.
The latest change in the plan for a light rail line across Montgomery and Prince George's counties would narrow University Boulevard from six lanes to four along part of the route in the Langley Park area.
A county bus depot in Silver Spring has been rattling nearby homes and emanating a perpetual rumbling sound, raising questions from residents about whether it is necessary.
A Loudoun County study examines how gridlock can be lessen in the area south and west of Dulles International Airport.
Miriam Singer's license plate reads "MS," but the Maryland woman has received speed camera tickets in D.C. for "MS ALF," "MS G" and "MS MAD" in the past four months -- even though she says she hasn't even driven in the District.
The list of marketable retail corridors in the District is multiplying.
A transportation company's plans to expand operations at a rail yard in Alexandria have triggered a firestorm of opposition.