Sprawl & Crawl
The March for Life event is scheduled to close streets, around the District on Friday, Jan. 25, according to the District's Department of Transportation.
A power system problem caused delays on Amtrak and MARC trains Friday.
Metro riders have experienced doors opening recently when they should not. The latest incident happened on the Green Line at L'Enfant Plaza, apparently because of operator error.
A Metro board member says public support is a key to getting Maryland, Virginia and the federal government to pay for a new growth plan for the transit system.
Gov. Bob McDonnell made a direct appeal on Thursday to residents in some of the state's most congested regions to ask their lawmakers to support his transportation funding proposal.
County governments in Maryland could raise up to 5 cents per gallon on gas sales for local transportation projects, under the latest proposal made Thursday by the state Senate president on how to raise badly needed money for transportation.
Metro says one of its buses was involved in an accident Wednesday morning.
WTOP's Kristi King reports. More in The Washington Post.
The first day back to work after a long holiday weekend brought with it problems on four major commuter routes Tuesday morning.
The State Highway Administration says it's beginning a two-year project to renovate the Interstate 68 bridge over Cumberland.
Major safety improvements are in the works for an oddly shaped traffic circle that connects Montgomery County and D.C., but local leaders say the process of improving the problematic circle is taking too long.
The transit agency says as of 2 p.m. Sunday that there a few thousand of the cards left at the Metro Center sales office in downtown D.C., but there are long lines to pick up the cards.
It is still more than a decade away, but the Purple Line could change the way people travel between Montgomery and Prince George's counties.
The District government has extended the public comment period on D.C.'s extensive new building codes through Feb. 22.
Despite late night unofficial inaugural balls, Metro won't run late.
A local community group is continuing it's fight against the Maryland Transportation Authority, arguing the noise on the InterCounty Connector is making life in the neighborhood unbearable.
The Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce has tossed its support to Gov. Bob McDonnell's transportation funding plan, the largest organization in the Washington area so far to back the controversial proposal.
Documents show a former top official at the agency that manages the Washington area's two airports created a no-bid contract that paid his wife and daughter more than $175,000.
A change the Virginia Department of Transportation hopes to make in the spring will give Capital Beltway drivers a better idea of whether it's worth their time and money to take the 495 Express Lanes.
Metro says it has finished some emergency maintenance that caused major delays on the busy Red Line during the morning rush hour.