It's no surprise: Traffic in and around the District is bad. How bad? A new study offers commuters some perspective.
There could be a break for drivers who use the Dulles Toll Road. The tolls may not be going up as much as projected.
Major Washington-area homebuilders are no longer calling a home's biggest bedroom the "master bedroom" because of the term's connotations. The room is now being called the "owner's suite" or "owner's bedroom."
Roads around the D.C. area are crumbling, according to an infrastructure report card from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Despite a growing number of roads that use tolls to manage congestion, they have not caught on.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has approved a third major redevelopment project in Tysons.
The VRE operations board has approved a fare increase for commuters.
At a public meeting Thursday, Fairfax Connector officials unveiled a revised plan to provide enhanced service to Reston customers when the Silver Line opens at the end of 2013.
It's one of the largest infrastructure projects in the country, and on Friday, the bids for the second phase of the Silver Line were unveiled.
There may be a reason some of us give our cars names. The latest figures released from AAA seem to indicate they cost as much as other members of our families.
Private developer could build new Interstate 70 interchange east of Frederick
After fighting with the D.C. DMV for two years, a local man was finally able to convince the District they ticketed the wrong vehicle.
After break for cherry blossom season Metro plans weekend work on all 5 lines
WTOP has won three regional Edward R. Murrow awards including a win for best investigative reporting for a large-market radio station.
Virginia is moving ahead with plans to allow buses to use Interstate 66 shoulders starting next year as a pilot project to reduce congestion along the heavily traveled corridor.
Charm City has temporarily suspended its troubled speed and red light program following reports of erroneous citations.
WTOP's Hank Silverberg reports
Metro will spend $5 million in the next fiscal year on an anti-fatigue plan.
Tuesday is Emancipation Day in the District, and that means there are some changes to typical weekday parking rules.
Maryland leaders are confident the Purple Line from Bethesda to New Carrollton will open by 2020.