Sprawl & Crawl
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments will consider putting the Battlefield Bypass on the long term list of projects to alleviate local congestion and protect Manassas National Battlefield Park.
Metro is admitting for the first time its liability in a deadly Red Line crash in 2009.
The National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board is expected to approve a $1 billion financing plan for I-95/395 express lanes that would run from Garrisonville Road in Stafford County to about Edsall Road in Fairfax County.
Loudoun, Fairfax and Howard counties are at the top of this list. All of Southern Maryland is there, too.
If you're sitting around the kitchen table trying to figure out what's busting your budget this month, take a look at your gas receipts.
All southbound lanes of Interstate 295 have reopened after a tractor trailer turned over late Monday morning.
A newspaper report says Metro is paying more than $51 million to consultants to help better run the transit agency.
Investigators from the Virginia Department of Transportation are trying to determine why a 30-foot sign collapsed onto Interstate 66 Saturday.
It happens so often because of all the construction on our roads: A change is made to a travel pattern, and traffic becomes worse in a location.
The Dupont Circle escalators don't even make this top 20 list.
With snow in the forecast, road crews will be ready. Even in mild winters, highway departments spend millions of dollars. Find out how Maryland, Virginia and D.C. are doing with their snow budgets so far this winter.
If your morning commute takes you anywhere near Tysons Corner, you could be in for a slow roll over the next couple of days.
Much of the of the focus on transportation in the capital over the last few years has been on toll roads like the HOT lanes or the ICC, but there is a long term vision that would include much more.
Metro says it will take three more years to finish track work along its Red Line.
Constant delays, cracked rails and talk about fare increases -- it hasn't been a pretty couple of weeks for Metro riders, and the frustrations are mounting.
The governors of Maryland and Virginia have started talking about the possibility of a new bridge span over the Potomac River.
There is growing support in Montgomery County to put external cameras on school buses to catch drivers who don't stop when a school bus does.
Saintsbury Drive in Fairfax became a one-way street Monday and will remain that way until the end of June.
Will there ever be another crossing over the Potomac River? For the answer, WTOP goes to two transportation experts.
Virginia's Department of Transportation is looking at options for the area between the Beltway in Fairfax County and Route 15 in Prince William County where almost two million people live.