Sprawl & Crawl
If the region has outgrown its roads, and there really is no room for expansion -- as Virginia Transportation Secretary Sean Connaughton says, then what's the solution?
Adam Tuss, WTOP's Sprawl and Crawl reporter
Many of the D.C. area's roads are at maximum. There's nowhere to go so we have to make better use of what we have.
The ramp near the Mark Center in Alexandria would have "no significant" environmental impact on the area around Interstate 395.
Stanford University is using an incentive program to get employees to change their driving behaviors.
Since Metro started searching bags in December 2010, nobody has been arrested, a request for public records finds.
Some automakers, including General Motors, are now focused on taking what's on your phone and putting it on a screen on the dashboard.
Metro is encouraging customers to switch from using paper farecards to plastic ones.
Crime is trending the wrong way on Metro trains and buses, but Metro may actually want it that way.
Washington's popular U Street corridor is becoming a construction zone for the next year.
Amtrak trains between Washington and Philadelphia are delayed because a cable broke on Bush Bridge in Maryland.
There are places around here where runners, bikers and walkers mix dangerously close to fast moving cars.
The District collected a record $55.1 million from speed and red-light cameras during its 2011 fiscal year, despite issuing fewer citations than the year before.
Metro says it is in the midst of the biggest rebuilding effort in its history. General Manager Richard Sarles says this effort is going to be here for a long time.
"We do not like the thought of our station being the last station on the line," MWAA Chief Jack Potter told his board of directors during a meeting Wednesday. "We do not have the ability, long term, to accommodate commuters on this airport property."
Maryland highway officials are planting thousands of trees statewide to help filter stormwater that runs off roads and pollutes waterways.
Adam Tuss, WTOP Sprawl and Crawl reporter
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Wednesday dropped a controversial pro-union preference for the second phase of the Dulles Rail Project.
Maryland state transportation officials are warning drivers to avoid the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel this summer as a $3.9 million construction project gets under way.
The person wasn't driving the car, but had to pay the traffic ticket anyway.