Sprawl & Crawl
Some taxpayers may receive a smaller refund than they were expecting this year as the District begins a new program to collect unpaid traffic and parking tickets.
Fairfax County is considering whether to install cameras to catch vehicles that run red lights after a seven-year hiatus.
New data from the Census Bureau shows the D.C. region has the nation's second-worst commute, and that 72 percent of workers in the nation's capital live elsewhere.
A Montgomery County Council member says engineers have found more problems at the troubled Silver Spring Transit Center beyond previously disclosed issues with the thickness and strength of its concrete.
Md. among leaders in long commutes, 207,000 commute into Baltimore daily
Much of the money set aside for snow cleanup in Virginia and Maryland has already been spent.
A 30 year-old idea to build a road to help the growing Northern Virginia population may be getting some new life.
The District Department of Transportation, WMATA and Giant Food are launching a new program to make it easier for students to purchase passes that get them to and from school.
A ceremony honoring students who pledge to wear seat belts while driving had a somber tone after attendees learned that a Manassas teen, who recently died in a car accident, was not buckled up.
WTOP's Hank Silverberg reports.
A new plan recommends eliminating the calculation of a minimum amount of parking space needed at new buildings in the District, and it's drawing concerns.
WTOP's Sprawl and Crawl reporter Ari Ashe
Metro could lose millions in federal grants used to make repairs and improvements if the sequester takes effect. Fare revenue is also likely to drop as fewer federal employees take Metro to work.
As Maryland roads get more congested, a new report finds inadequate roads are costing $6.2 billion annually in operating costs, lost time in traffic and wasted fuel.
A Fairfax County police officer had to be cut from his cruiser after a driver going the wrong way on Little River Turnpike slammed into his cruiser, police say.
With extremely long commutes around the D.C. region, there are ways to ease the pain. WTOP's David Burd offers several.
Metro says shuttle buses will replace trains on parts of the Red, Blue and Yellow lines this weekend.
Metro officials says new Silver Line tracks don't appear to have been damaged in an incident during testing that caused major rush hour delays.
The gridlock in Congress over finding a way to avoid sequestration could actually mean less gridlock on D.C.-area roads.
Ever see the rows of German luxury cars lining the streets in D.C. and wonder how all those people can afford them? As it turns out, Washington-area residents have a lot more money to spend on their cars than people do in any other major U.S. city.