Sprawl & Crawl
Aggressive maintenance and improvement work is continuing in the Metrorail system, but construction won't disappear anytime soon.
Metro is making some changes to accommodate runners of Sunday's Marine Corps Marathon.
The FBI has subpoenaed documents from the board that oversees the D.C. region's two major airports following an audit that questioned the board's contracting policies.
Metro General Manager Richard Sarles says the transit agency will use lessons learned four years ago to prevent long lines at the stations and parking lots.
If you ride Metro, plan to add time to your commute. Track work will affect the Red, Orange, Green and Blue lines.
The need for more burial space at Arlington National Cemetery may change traffic patterns along Columbia Pike over the next few years.
A town hall meeting to discuss the future of Fairfax County Parkway had one focus: Congestion.
Metro is adding disclaimers to ads in its system after a judge told officials that that Metro must post a controversial pro-Israel ad.
Drivers in Northern Virginia will need to learn a new route as Virginia's Department of Transportation plans to close an on-ramp near the Fairfax County Parkway.
Virginia Railway Express passengers know trains can get really crowded, but a change coming soon will help create some more elbow room.
Montgomery County officials are concerned about how planned expansions at the National Institutes of Health and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center will affect traffic on Bethesda's congested roads.
The cost to ride the Dulles Toll Road will likely increase 50 cents per trip, starting Jan. 1.
Virginia State Police will step up patrols to catch Express Lanes cheaters. Drivers who don't have E-ZPass transponders will be caught.
Northbound Interstate 270 is now open at the Wootton Parkway overpass following an earlier crash.
With the new Express Lanes on Interstate 495 opening this year, Northern Virginia drivers are being urged to get their E- ZPass transponders now -- before their commutes change dramatically.
Metro says it has fallen behind on its effort to expand cellphone service throughout the transit system and may not complete the project until 2015.
Metro plans to offer commemorative fare cards with the president's picture, just as it did four years ago, but this time the cards will be cheaper and offer more choices.
Speeding, drinking and driving late at night are more likely to occur among 16- and 17-year-old teen drivers as the number of their teenage passengers increases, a study by AAA says.
No driver likes paying a toll, but more may be coming in part of the D.C. region
Next time you're in rush hour traffic on the Beltway, and you wish you could escape to Paris or Rome, you may want to rethink that. Traffic there is worse.