Sprawl & Crawl
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.
Dulles Toll Road drivers should expect to soon pay more for their trips, perhaps as early as next year.
The nearly $2.8 billion first phase of the Dulles Rail project is now officially expected to come in over budget.
Few people took the Metrobus over the American Legion Bridge, but a transportation report suggests having an alternate crossing over the Potomac River would attract riders.
Drivers have had to deal with more than a decade of construction-related delays because of the Wilson Bridge Project, and it will be at least another year before everything is finished.
Transportation officials in West Virginia, Maryland and Virginia are looking for ways to reduce congestion on U.S. 340.
A key vote in the Virginia General Assembly next week could determine how much commuters pay to travel one of the region's biggest roadways.
Metro riders are being asked to pay more to help close a budget gap -- but just how much more?
Metro riders have been enjoying a "spring break" from the tedious trackwork that can lead to big delays -- but that break is about to end.
What's the big deal about a Metro station name? A lot if its where you need to get off the train.
Want a faster commute? It's going to cost. More and more transportation leaders are putting stock in tolls as the way to keep traffic-choked areas moving.
Maryland Democratic Senator Ben Cardin headlined a news conference at a Metro facility in Hyattsville Tuesday, saying that if Congress does not pass a long term transportation bill -- which would provide federal funding for highway and public transit programs -- key maintenance projects on Metro will be put on hold.
Metro has announced a new budget forecast for next year that could lead to a smaller fare hike than originally expected.
It's not every year that two major spring holidays fall on the same weekend.
Runners will fill the streets of Crystal City during Friday's evening rush hour with the return of 5K Fridays, a spring tradition since 2009.
The District Department of Transportation selected Oregon Iron Works, Inc. to build two streetcars, which the city describes as "modern," according to a recent release, to run with three cars the city already owns. The new network includes a line along the H Street corridor in Northeast.
Living in an outlying Chicago suburb, Jeff Wehrli recalls a heady time not too long ago when city dwellers poured in and developers couldn't build McMansions fast enough. Now boom has turned to bust, as in many of the nation's "exurbs," and Wehrli can't help but wonder when, or if, things will turn around.