Sprawl & Crawl
Thomas Roussey, ABC7 for WTOP
Fold-out maps and fanny packs are coming to a Metro line near you.
Montgomery County is looking at a bus rapid transit system, but county planners say residents could end up paying for empty buses.
Federal safety investigators say inadequate safeguards and poor communication contributed to a Metro transit accident that killed two workers two years ago.
Drivers will want to avoid the Inner Loop near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. A major repaving project will cause traffic problems throughout the weekend in Maryland and Virginia. The work won't wrap up until Monday morning.
A Metro employee hit by a train Tuesday is in critical condition, according to Metro investigators. The man was pinned by a train at the Shady Grove Yard shortly before 1 p.m.
Pittsburgh Transportation Group has begun converting 50 of its taxi cabs to run on propane, a fuel the company says will save its drivers money and pollute less that gasoline.
After a year-long investigation, the department's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has shut down three primary companies that oversaw a broad network of buses. One ticket seller, nine active bus companies and 13 companies already ordered to cease operation were also a part of the operation, according to an agency release.
Lee Drive inside Fredericksburg National Battlefield Park is 4.5 miles long. It's hallowed ground, a popular bike path and a commuter shortcut. And, it's one of the most dangerous roads in the National Park system.
A safety measure for people crossing the street has also become a costly hazard for drivers and community members are asking Montgomery County for a change.
It was a dream night at Nats Park that turned into a nightmare for a local woman.
The Virginia Department of Transportation wants to know how the public feels about a proposed $1 monthly fee for E-ZPass users.
A growing number of companies are putting full cellphone bans in place for employees behind the wheel, according to the National Safety Council.
In just a few weeks, Metro is going to change the way it operates during rush hours in the hopes of providing a better trip on the system.
Evans Edwards is a career firefighter and medic for Fairfax County Fire and Rescue. He loves his job, but he's not so crazy about his 235-mile, three-hour-20-minute one-way commute.
Nearly half of the region's population believes D.C. drivers are the worst in the Washington area and those who text or talk on a cellphone are the top pet peeve of commuters, according to a new WTOP Beltway Poll.
Nearly two-thirds of people in the Washington area believe the primary role of speed and red-light cameras is to create cash for local governments -- not to make roads safer.
Days before what is predicted to be the most congested Memorial Day weekend in years, a new study warns the holiday travel period is the worst when it comes to red-light violations.
During the first three months of this year, more than 3,200 red-light fines have been handed out at the city's three red-light intersections.
Checking your email or favorite website while commuting could get easier.