Hot weather can take a toll on cars. AAA Mid-Atlantic offers tips to prepare cars to withstand high temperatures and extreme heat.
A man dressed in a toga or possibly a white sheet, was seen walking along Interstate 495 in Prince George's County Tuesday morning.
Stress is part of everyday life and according to a recent study, that everyday commute is a big factor.
The Arlington County Board will take a vote on Tuesday to approve a new deal with Fairfax County that will move forward plans for a controversial 5-mile streetcar line along Columbia Pike.
Gas prices spiked last week, and the reasons are more complicated than usual.
Six years ago, the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission decided to strip a privately-owned street, known as Farm Road, in Sandy Spring, of its addresses over a survey dispute.
D.C. officials say they are voiding a ticket issued in error to a woman who used the Parkmobile app to reserve her spot.
The Silver Spring Transit Center, which failed safety tests and has come in over budget while still under construction, will see work again soon.
Construction delays expected on southbound I-95 in northern Va. on weekend overnights
Maryland estimates that 400 miles of roadways would be affected by rising sea levels over the next century. An analysis finds the impact would be much greater, when county-maintained roads are factored in.
Metro and a watchdog group say they are reviewing how a train full of passengers became stranded for hours Wednesday and how an Orange Line was mistaken for a Blue Line train, taking passengers to the wrong station.
Officials reopened all lanes of the bridge at about 11:40 a.m.
A month after riders came out in large numbers to a series of meetings to protest eliminating three Intercounty Connector commuter buses, WTOP has learned two of the buses have been saved.
The City of Fairfax has approved a plan to increase the number of red-light camera locations from three intersections to six after a City Council vote on Tuesday night.
Perhaps the future won't look like "The Jetsons" with flying cars anytime soon, but a local county is looking ahead to the year 2050 to ease traffic congestion on the roads.
July is National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month — the same month that sees an increase in vehicle thefts around the country.
Commuting this week may seem more like the dog days of August when everybody is out of town on vacation.
An increase in gas prices comes as a result of the General Assembly's passage of a gas tax boost and part of the money it raises will fund $650 million dollars in road, rail and pedestrian projects.
Virginia is looking for a new way to relieve congestion on Interstate 66 and has put out a "Request for Information" to the private sector to solicit ideas.
Gov. Martin O'Malley has announced $650 million in transportation projects in Prince George's County.
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