Sprawl & Crawl
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.
Crashes could be cleared faster because of a new six-year $355 million contract with Reston based Serco Inc., the Virginia Department of Transportation says.
Metro plans weekend work on 4 of 5 lines, 4 orange line stations will be closed
An erroneous ticket placed on a man's car in D.C. last month left him scratching his head -- especially since the error was stated on the ticket itself.
Fellow riders rescue 73-year-old woman from DC Metro tracks
Police are out keeping dangerous drivers away from pedestrians in a county with a recent rash of fatalities.
Metro says it's closing part of the red and green lines for weekend work.
Starting June 1, drivers going to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and the surrounding medical buildings will have to pay to park on the street.
With Phase 1 of the Silver Line slated to open by year's end, Metrorail is updating its map.
Two speed cameras in a Maryland town are being called illegal, and a Prince George's County official says they need to be deactivated and removed immediately.