Sprawl & Crawl
Many people are planning to take advantage of the last weekend of summer and get out of town for Labor Day. And while many commuters are gone, transit authorities are taking advantage of the lull.
A tractor-trailer overturned Thursday on the Dulles Greenway, causing police to shut down the toll road.
A street closure near downtown Bethesda is expected to cause headaches for drivers and parkers for almost 2 years.
A tractor-trailer overturned near the ramp of the Fairfax County Parkway and I-95 early Wednesday, killing the driver.
Based on data from the last three years, Maryland says fatalities in work-zone crashes decreased by more than half.
A new survey finds that a majority of teen passengers have asked their driver to stop texting while driving.
A huge, tarp-like containment being used by a painting crew on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge caused the westbound span to move in an unusual manner, prompting its closure.
Women take their silent rage on the road.
Drivers who don't have E-ZPass tell WTOP they are surprised at how long it takes to actually receive the bill from the all-electronic toll road.
The Virginia Department of Transportation is warning drivers to expect heavy delays this weekend on westbound Interstate 66 approaching the Capital Beltway.
A weekend full of potential traffic headaches is on tap for drivers in Northern Virginia.
Local governments are availing themselves of new mobile speed cameras that resemble mailboxes as effective and profitable ways to slow drivers down.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is now taking public comments on its proposed rate increases along the Dulles Toll Road.
Don't expect to see 18-wheelers on the Capital Beltway's Express Lanes when they open in December.
A number of test vehicles started cruising the brand new lanes this week. The test is all about the electronics of the road.
The group overseeing construction of the Dulles Rail Project -- the largest transportation project in the D.C. area -- is suffering from a lack of accountability, transparency and sound judgment, according to local officials.
Seventy six percent of car owners say in-car connectivity technologies are too distracting -- and even dangerous, according to a Harris poll.
Drivers may soon have to ask themselves if they are willing to pay a toll or join a carpool to get to work faster.
Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings says he is vehemently against letting the District of Columbia tax commuters.
The Virginia Department of Transportation Monday begins removing 59 trees that are safety risks to drivers in the Great Falls area.