Sprawl & Crawl
About a third of workers in the D.C. region can get to a job in 90 minutes or less when they use public transportation. This puts the area at 23rd in the nation for "labor access," when compared to places like Boston or Seattle.
Metro officials are expected Thursday to release more details about the derailment, when members of the board's safety and security committee are briefed.
Some stretches of the InterCounty Connector remain empty, but that's not the case along the entire highway.
The number of people signed up to receive driver's license and vehicle registration renewals electronically from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles has surpassed 1 million.
A rising car service company scored a big win in the District Tuesday.
Cars haven't quite reached the technology of the Jetsons yet, but there's no doubt they are getting smarter.
Amid public outcry, the Virginia Department of Transportation announced Monday that it would step back its plans to charge E-ZPass users a $1 monthly fee.
With temperatures expected to hover around 90 degrees Friday, you'll no doubt be reaching your car's A/C button.
Advocates of extending light rail into Virginia Beach have formed a political action committee.
Some say Friday night's derecho pushed them around on the bridge, and the bridge should have been closed to traffic sooner.
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors has voted 5-4 to allow work on the second phase of the Dulles Metrorail Project to move forward.
Friday's power outages have left a lot of intersections in the dark on this Monday morning.
Metro says approximately two dozen Metro bus routes are operating with detours because of downed power lines, fallen trees or other storm damage.
Metro says weekend work on the Red, Orange and Green lines will cause delays for some riders.
Metro's red line crash three years ago that killed nine people is leading to greater federal oversight of public transit systems.
Metro is set to increase fares for the second time in two years to help balance the transit agency's operating budget.
It will cost between $1.70 and $3.50 to ride Metro in the off-peak hours and $2.10 to $5.75 during the peak hours.
New census data show the District gained more than 16,000 residents in the 15 months after April 2010, growth of 2.7 percent.
Traffic congestion in Fairfax County is costing the average family hundreds of dollars a year, and it's only going to get worse.
A new state law, which takes effect July 1 removes an exemption for hybrid cars registered after July 1, 2011, according to a DMV release. They will no longer be able to use the High Occupancy Vehicle lanes on I-66 unless there are two people in the car. Hybrids registered before July 2011 will still be able to drive in the HOV 2 lanes with only one person in the car.