Sprawl & Crawl
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.
WTOP's Kristi King tags along as Brenda Wells travels from Baltimore County to D.C. by car, MARC train, Metrorail and Metrobus.
Metro officials say further investigation has determined an electrical short caused the doors on a moving Red Line train to open.
Drivers who took the toll road connecting Washington Dulles International Airport with Leesburg, Va. this week helped to raise about $260,000 for local organizations.
A driver's car personality determines not only the type of car he'll buy but generally how he drives. The five "car-ma" personality categories were decided in a new study examining Americans' driving habits.
With commutes in the region so long, selecting the right car can make all the difference.
High-rises and mini-cities clustered around public transit and walkable communities are the answer to smooth commutes, according to a new survey of travel habits by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is calling a special session in the coming weeks to talk about the contract for the second phase of the Dulles Rail Project. The authority wants to iron out labor issues.
Leaders from the 13-member Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority responded Wednesday to claims from an Inspector General audit stating the agency has lax management and accountability, and spent public money on lavish trips and dinners.
An audit of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, the board overseeing the Dulles Rail Project, finds the organization is not transparent in its financial dealings and lacks safeguards to make sure its own rules are followed.