As the city of Laurel is getting closer to activating a new red-light camera on Van Dusen Road near Route 198, police are also looking at new traffic signs that will warn drivers about a specific type of turn.
Throughout the past 14 months, nine people have died in Maryland work zones, including five highway workers.
Travel season means tour buses crisscrossing the country. But after a number of high-profile bus crashes, more and more riders have asked: How safe are they?
D.C. developer plans to breathe new life into a shuttered North Columbia Heights* funeral parlor.
It's a sure sign of spring: Potholes threaten to take over the region's roads, and agencies swing into action to fill them.
The Montgomery County Council voted Tuesday to limit development in the Ten Mile Creek watershed.
A massive fire gutted an apartment building in a dense area of Rockville Tuesday morning.
A retaining wall collapsed near Gaithersburg on Sunday, forcing evacuations and a road closure.
Virginia officials have unveiled an initial study into how to solve traffic on U.S. Route 1 from the Capital Beltway to Virginia Route 123 using mass transit.
New figures released by Metro find overall thefts of bicycles and electronic devices were up in 2013 compared to 2012.
Metro's Board of Directors voted unanimously to pass a resolution raising fares on riders using trains, buses, MetroAccess and parking at a Metro lot on July 1.
Metro's board of directors voted Thursday to raise fares come July.
Louisiana commuters may have been jonesing for ketchup and mustard after a crash caused thousands of corn dogs to spill onto an interstate earlier this week.
Ask any bike commuter, and they'll tell you: D.C.'s bike lanes are not always a refuge from truck and automobile traffic.
New speed cameras recently unveiled in Laurel are being called a prototype -- they tell drivers how fast they're going before they reach the camera.
A short trip on the 495 Express Lanes cost a Northern Virginia driver more than $100, the result of miscommunication and conflicting stories.
You think it's bad in D.C.? It is — but it's far worse in other U.S. cities.
Mid-Atlantic transportation officials urge caution on roads a day after spring snowstorm
We've all seen the signs: "Bridges freeze before roadway." Well, WTOP traffic reporter Bob Marbourg says that's especially true Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.
Hi: 56 °F | Lo: 41 °F