Sprawl & Crawl
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.
A big step forward for the Dulles Rail Project Tuesday, as Metro riders could be on a train to the Airport in just a few years.
A new Metro report says a station in Northeast Washington was the most dangerous stop on the transit system last year.
The rest areas on Interstate 95 in Maryland are decades old, and Wednesday, the state's Board of Public Works is set to vote on a contract that would overhaul them.
D.C. parking enforcement officers took in the record $96.6 million from 1.6 million parking tickets, reports AAA Mid-Atlantic, citing figures obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Nearly two-thirds of people in the Washington area believe highways in the region should be widened, and there also is very strong support for expanding mass transit, according to a WTOP Beltway Poll.
The Base Realignment and Closure program has caused a change in travel behavior at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda.
Commuter Connections saw a 20 percent increase in applications last year.
According to a new WTOP Beltway Poll, 52 percent of residents polled are against using tolls to pay for transportation fixes.
Good vehicle maintenance, streamlining luggage and knowing when to idle and when to turn the car off are only some of the ways to save on gas mileage.
Red light runners managed to get a break for about a month because of a prominent camera that was on the fritz.
Legislation has been passed in Maryland that allows for automated cameras to be placed on the outside of school buses.
For the first time, bus commuters can receive alerts and advisories to help them plan a faster trip and avoid waiting at the bus stop.
It took decades of debate to approve and build the Intercounty Connector -- and now, just one year after the first portion opened -- the highway is set to expand.