Sprawl & Crawl
Virginia may increase the speed limit to 65 mph on the Interstate 495 Beltway Express Lanes.
Virginia State Police say a 68-year-old motorcyclist was killed Tuesday morning in a hit-and-run crash involving a tractor-trailer on northbound Interstate 95 before the Fairfax County Parkway.
Residents living on the edge of a national battlefield are upset that plans for the Manassas Battlefield Bypass could leave their properties landlocked and dramatically change their rural lifestyle.
A Maryland woman is fighting two D.C. tickets she received after a computer glitch at the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration led to her license plates being decommissioned last August.
WTOP's Kristi King reports.
A road trip this summer could be cheaper than last year, as AAA analysts say the the recent gas price slide could continue through the summer.
Removal of unstable soil from Afton Mountain to restrict traffic on section of I-64
Commemorative SmarTrip cards worked well for the presidential inauguration in January, so WMATA is bringing them back for the Fourth of July.
Virginia's transportation secretary met with a group calling for a delay to a ramp that will end the Interstate 95 HOT Lanes in Alexandria.
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority is one step closer to deciding what projects will get funding in July from the newly passed transportation package.
Metro's new Silver Line is rising over highways and medians across Fairfax County. But when the first phase opens, many people may not even know about it.
WTOP has assembled a list of some of the strangest road names in the Washington area. Many of these abnormally named arteries are even major commuting routes.
BWI/Marshall Airport is embarking on a two-year, multimillion-dollar plan to take parking at the Linthicum, Md., airport into the 21st century.
Montgomery County officials agreed to contract with Alta Bicycle Share to set up more than 200 bikes at 29 bikeshare sites.
Last year, the number of motorcylce riders killed in vehicle crashes increased nationally. But motorcycle riders in the Washington region fared a safer year.
It's no surprise: Traffic in and around the District is bad. How bad? A new study offers commuters some perspective.
There could be a break for drivers who use the Dulles Toll Road. The tolls may not be going up as much as projected.
Major Washington-area homebuilders are no longer calling a home's biggest bedroom the "master bedroom" because of the term's connotations. The room is now being called the "owner's suite" or "owner's bedroom."
Roads around the D.C. area are crumbling, according to an infrastructure report card from the American Society of Civil Engineers.