Drivers can go a little faster on the Intercounty Connector starting March 29.
Staffers at Walter Reed have been parking in the parking garage for patients, and that's prompted changes.
Developer Banneker Ventures is suing D.C. Council member Jim Graham in connection with a disputed Metro real estate deal on Florida Avenue NW that Graham was involved in during his tenure on the transit agency's board of directors.
Va gov amends roads bill to extend regional tax authority statewide, avert legal concerns
Metro unveiled a new service Monday aimed at cutting back on crowd sizes during peak travel times.
Drivers who get caught by speed cameras in Montgomery and Prince George's counties are more likely to get caught speeding again than drivers in D.C., according to data reviewed by Channel 4.
A federal employee tells WTOP that he's been fighting D.C.'s Department of Motor Vehicles over what he calls a "bogus" parking ticket for a year and a half.
More than a quarter of America's 600,000 mega- commuters, or those who take 90 minutes or longer to get to work, are from the Washington area.
More detours and shutdowns are planned as part of the I-95 Express Lanes project, and drivers should be prepared for their commutes to get worse before they get better.
WTOP's Ari Ashe reports.
Fairfax County Supervisor Pat Herrity wants the county to consider selling the air rights above the new Silver Line and to use the proceeds to reduce tolls on the Dulles Toll Road.
The opening of the $112 million Silver Spring Transit Center will be delayed again in the wake of an independent engineering report that found far more structural problems with the hub than county officials previously believed.
A water main break in a 60-inch pipe in Chevy Chase has prompted mandatory water restrictions for all Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission customers to ensure fire departments, hospitals and medical facilities have the water they need.
A second water main has broken in Montgomery County, closing a part of River Road likely through rush hour Tuesday evening.
Cameras propped on top of red lights in D.C. are leading to citations for scores of drivers.
As lawmakers in Annapolis debate a bill to fund projects like the Purple Line in Montgomery County, a plan for another mass transit option is also in the works.
The roads of the future might not be paved in asphalt, but in solar panels.
A new bus stop on Columbia Pike cost more than $1 million to build, according to a county spokeswoman.
Metro's top officials are thinking about ripping out the carpet in trains and replacing it with a speckled black hard surface.
Some people drive into work. Others take Metro, walk or bike. The decision on how to commute often depends on where you live and work.
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