Sprawl & Crawl
For many D.C. drivers, much of their time on the road is spent circling, in search of one of those coveted parking spaces. A new website is hoping to change that.
Cracked rails caused problems on Metro's Blue, Yellow and Red Lines Wednesday morning.
Virginia State Police say an estimated 20 vehicles were involved in a pileup in the northbound lanes of Interstate 81 after a sudden snow squall blew over the highway in the Harrisonburg area.
Truckers will be marking the new year by paying higher tolls in Maryland.
The Intercounty Connector between Montgomery and Prince George's counties is proving more popular than anticipated.
Arlington County plans to install a real-time travel system for the highway that will tell all drivers how long it takes to get from one point to another, from one end of the county to the other.
The holiday weekend will give us another short break from construction closures and Metro track work.
A crippling ice storm and the opening of a long-debated road: Both make AAA Mid-Atlantic's list of the best and worst transportation stories of 2011.
WTOP's Kristi King
A new tax taking effect on the first day of the new year could cost area commuters upwards of five figures and jam already clogged commuter roads.
The year of 2011 was not the year of the bike lane in the District.
Officials say the incident was caused when a friction ring fell off a Blue Line train and hit the electrified third rail, causing smoke until power was cut shortly after the incident.
The latest frightening incident on Metro where hundreds of subway riders were stranded after part of a brake system fell off a Blue Line train has some faithful riders saying they are considering giving up the rails.
VRE proposes a 3 percent increase in fares, 30 cents more per trip, to cover its proposed $88.7 million budget.
If housing is where the jobs live at night, then the metro area better start building more housing -- and housing that is priced right.
Normal operations have resumed on the Blue and Orange lines between Metro Center and Federal Center after a train malfunction suspended service for most of the morning.
Both lanes of Md 550 near Thurmont could reopen by June at the earliest -- one year after the highway initially closed by an April mudslide was opened to one lane of traffic -- according to the Maryland State Highway Administration.
If you see signs for Interstate 695 and you are not in Baltimore, don't panic. You are probably on the 11th Street Bridge.
An new area ramp designed to eliminate a tricky merge between two major commuter arteries might actually increase the chances of auto accidents.
The Commuter Protection Act, sponsored by Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J., and Rep. Michael Grimm, R- N.Y., would let the transportation department determine whether tolls are "just and reasonable."