Metro says it's closing part of the red and green lines for weekend work.
Starting June 1, drivers going to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital and the surrounding medical buildings will have to pay to park on the street.
With Phase 1 of the Silver Line slated to open by year's end, Metrorail is updating its map.
Two speed cameras in a Maryland town are being called illegal, and a Prince George's County official says they need to be deactivated and removed immediately.
Long-planned improvements in the flow of traffic at one of D.C.'s worst traffic circles are now a reality.
A deal's a deal, except when there's an over-budget, overdue transit center with safety problems.
All three streetcars that make up the initial fleet will be in place by Thursday for testing. Ultimately, these streetcars will roll on H Street and Benning Road in Northeast.
For the second day in a row, northbound Interstate 95 had to be shut down for a crash involving a motorcycle and a tractor-trailer.
Metro: Cracked rail repaired on red line near RI Ave. station, residual delays expected
The Silver Spring Transit Center is over budget and overdue, and now members of the Montgomery County Council want to know why.
Dedicated bicycle lanes are already in place on L Street NW and 15th Street NW, but WTOP has learned that in August, new lanes will go into place on M Street NW.
Virginia may increase the speed limit to 65 mph on the Interstate 495 Beltway Express Lanes.
Virginia State Police say a 68-year-old motorcyclist was killed Tuesday morning in a hit-and-run crash involving a tractor-trailer on northbound Interstate 95 before the Fairfax County Parkway.
Residents living on the edge of a national battlefield are upset that plans for the Manassas Battlefield Bypass could leave their properties landlocked and dramatically change their rural lifestyle.
A Maryland woman is fighting two D.C. tickets she received after a computer glitch at the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration led to her license plates being decommissioned last August.
WTOP's Kristi King reports.
A road trip this summer could be cheaper than last year, as AAA analysts say the the recent gas price slide could continue through the summer.
Removal of unstable soil from Afton Mountain to restrict traffic on section of I-64
Commemorative SmarTrip cards worked well for the presidential inauguration in January, so WMATA is bringing them back for the Fourth of July.
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