Sprawl & Crawl
Commuters should expect some heavy traffic Tuesday along the Capital Beltway for an early morning funeral procession of a Maryland military officer who died in Afghanistan.
Take a ride on the Intercounty Connector in Maryland during rush hour and drivers may wonder -- where is everybody?
Two former Metro workers accused of stealing potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in coins from fare card machines are scheduled to enter guilty pleas in federal court.
A section of K Street will be revamped starting in March and could impact traffic until the summer of 2013.
As federal leaders, safety advocates and automakers come together to address the issue of distracted driving, some potential technological solutions are being shown to have unintended consequences.
A number of D.C. roads will close as early as 3 a.m. Saturday for the 2012 Rock 'n' Roll SunTrust National Marathon.
Later this month, Arlington drivers will find their commutes disrupted as the Virginia Department of Transportation revamps the interchanges on U.S. 50/Arlington Boulevard at Courthouse Road and 10th Street. The 10th Street Bridge will be demolished and rebuilt. The roadwork will require some short- and long-term closures.
The city of Hagerstown has installed its first speed-enforcement camera near an elementary school.
Metro commuters know how much it costs to ride the transit system. Here's how much those running it make.
'Transit systems all across the country can't keep balancing their budget shortfalls on the backs of riders.'
The artery across the Anacostia River has been under development recently as new spans are constructed. The upstream bridge is to be demolished, and the downstream side is scheduled to be abandoned.
A battle over who will build the next phase of the Dulles Rail project may have a big impact on some proposed toll increases.
The change to Daylight Saving Time means people's sleep patterns have changed, and more people may be sleepy.
There are a lot of unanswered questions about the Dulles Rail Project, the largest transportation project in the region. Friday, the public got a chance to weigh in.
A controversial ad in a Virginia Metro station telling President Barack Obama to "go to hell" isn't the first time the transit agency has been confronted with a free-speech issue.
Fairfax County officials will be answering questions from the public about the multi-billion project to extend Metrorail through Tysons Corner to Dulles Airport.
Metro had brake problems in 2006 that were similar to recent Blue and Orange line issues which left riders shaken.
With transportation and housing costs rising faster than incomes, it might be cheaper to live closer to a city.
Leadfoots on the road are nothing new, but the problem seems to be getting worse.
Twenty-seven percent of those questioned in D.C., Maryland and Virginia list living in a safe community with low crime as the top issue, while 20 percent thought jobs and the ecomomy were most important.