A pricey Land Rover Defender has been destroyed (and videotaped) at a Baltimore salvage yard by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers because it was unsafe and illegally imported.
With high gas prices, technology is making it possible to offer alternatives, and that's no different in Howard County.
An investigation into why a Silver Line test train derailed is underway.
Attorney General Doug Gansler tells WTOP his vision for Maryland's future doesn't include High Occupancy Vehicle or Toll Lanes between the Interstate 270 spur and the American Legion Bridge.
A pedestrian has been struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver on Interstate 66 at U.S. 50, Virginia State Police say.
For decades, baby boomers have dominated the market place. Now, as the youngest members of the post-World War II generation reach retirement, they continue to play a vital role in the Washington region's housing market.
Long-distance drivers and highway travelers praise cruise control, but a recent study warns drivers may want to rethink its use.
DC residents can soon apply for free visitor parking passes, change raises concerns
A high-tech van is being used on Virginia roadways to determine and prioritize which of them need to be repaved.
O'Malley, Cardin, to attend renovated Halethorpe MARC station opening
Preliminary work is under way this weekend at Dulles Airport on the second phase of the Silver Line.
Capital Bikeshare is already popular throughout the District and in Virginia's Arlington and Alexandria Counties.
County fairs, construction of the 95 Express Lanes and road work along the new Silver Line will delay travelers through the D.C. region this weekend.
Jimmy Buffett is causing some changes to roadwork in Northern Virginia.
D.C. taxicabs are required to have credit card machines installed by Aug. 31, unless they receive a one-month extension.
Food pantry stores dwindle during the summertime even though the need doesn't go away. And the new Wegmans in Germantown is stepping in to help a local food bank keep the food flowing to hungry families.
If you could, would you ditch the car and take a boat to work? A commuter ferry on the Potomac River for passengers only is being considered once again and this time there may be money to operate it.
Metro: passengers can expect longer waits for trains on 3 lines this weekend
An abandoned boat turned heads and caused major delays on the Capital Beltway in Prince George's County Wednesday morning.
WTOP's Hank Silverberg reports.
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