Sprawl & Crawl
The D.C. Department of Transportation has grand plans for a vast network of streetcars, criss-crossing the city. On Thursday, the agency took another step toward that goal by ordering two brand new streetcars.
The Metro Board Thursday approved the next round of fare increases for riders -- rail, bus and parking charges will all be going up July 1.
The youngest drivers tend to think it's possible to drive safely while distracted.
Distracted drivers are not only common on D.C. area roads, they're common in construction zones along D.C. area roads.
It looks like riders soon will pay more to ride Metro.
Human error may be to blame for Tuesday's derailment of a Metro train at the Rosslyn station.
Metro's latest snafu left hundreds of commuters stranded for hours Tuesday evening. And at least one person thinks the malfunction was just waiting to happen.
Drivers are expected to have access to the Beltway Express Lanes between Springfield and Dulles Toll Road by the end of the year.
The law has to do with "obstruction of view" through the windshield. From Virginia, to the District, to Montgomery and Prince George's counties, police officers are well within their right to stop you and ticket you for the offense.
E-ZPass has spread to 14 states, but it is not a one size fits all program.
Montgomery County is considering increases to Ride On bus rates, as well as charging more for parking in certain areas.
The group that has direct oversight of Metro safety says it is stepping in after a passenger died when a defibrillator failed to work.
Virginia Railway Express passengers will soon see a 3 percent fare increase.
As the D.C. Department of Transportation kicks off its potholepalooza campaign this year, the agency is offering a new tool to track which craters have been smoothed over.
Add a nickel here and a quarter there. And don't forget about the peak of the peak charge and a surcharge for using cash.
Metro officials are checking all 46 automated external defibrillators at stations after a device used on a man having a heart attack had an insufficient battery charge.
Drivers in Virginia will now have to pay for the convenience of zipping through an increasing number of toll facilities.
The streets of Frederick are getting new pavement and parking meters.
The truck, which did not overturn or jackknife, first started sitting across the roadway prior to the Prince William Parkway just after 6:15 a.m.
There could be some idea by the end of May where new toll facilities will be placed on Interstate 95 in Virginia, as well as an estimate on how much they might cost.