Sprawl & Crawl
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.
Metro passengers trying to get home late Thursday and early Friday found it took hours longer than normal because of a power outage at Metro's control center and scheduled maintenance on the rail lines.
Metro's board of directors will debate fare hikes at a meeting Thursday.
A new report says the easiest way to raise more money to fix crumbling roads and bridges and aging transit systems is to make drivers pay at the pump.
When it comes to access to D.C. area airports, are they all created equally? Maybe not, when it comes to Dulles International.
All lanes have reopened on the Inner Loop of the Beltway near the Springfield Interchange after a truck knocked parts of an overhead sign onto the roadway Wednesday morning, shutting down that segment.
Maryland says Frederick County's signs are not compliant with state regulations, but County Commissioners President Blaine Young believes politics is playing a role in the rejection.
Loudoun County Supervisors have talked about possibly dropping out of the Dulles Rail Project and canceling the last two stations of the $2.8 billion project.
A recent Metro train that rode throughout the system defied regulations by attaching two cars more than the maximum of eight, yielding a dangerous situation that could have left passengers without access to a platform.
Roads will be closed starting at 7 p.m. for the State of the Union address.
Metro is planning to close the south entrance of the Dupont Circle station in Northwest in order to replace three escalators.
Montgomery County Councilmember Phil Andrews wants to avoid another "commute from hell" by having the state pay for backup power for traffic lights when the electricity goes off.
Fairfax County needs to hire additional staff to manage the workload associated with redevelopment in Tysons Corner, County Executive Anthony Griffin told the Board of Supervisors.