Sprawl & Crawl
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.
A coalition of religious groups is responding to an advertising campaign in the D.C. mass transit system that equates Muslim radicals with savages.
Montgomery County officials say they plan to open the $112 million Silver Spring Transit Center by September.
Not everyone agrees with a new study by George Mason University's Center for Regional Analysis that says Washington- area traffic patterns will not change much in the next 30 years.
In the event of an emergency, Metro board member Tom Downs says it is important that riders can access the Internet and social media websites like Twitter for news and information. Meanwhile, Metro says it is working to eliminate dead spots for cellphone and Internet service.
New Market town leaders introduced two annexation proposals Wednesday night that could expand the town by more than 397 acres.
Thirty years from now, cars will still be the main mode of transportation people use to get to and from work in the region, according to a study conducted by the George Mason University Center for Regional Analysis.
Inside a sprawling, nondescript garage in Landover, Metro has given a glimpse of its future.
Commuters are urged to change their travel plans if they typically travel near the stadium.
Fairfax County needs $3 billion over the next 10 years to build and maintain local roads because of cutbacks in state and federal funding.
Officials are warning of major traffic delays around Nationals ballpark as the team hosts their first playoff game tomorrow.
The D.C. Department of Transportation says drivers can expect traffic pattern changes after the games. Most changes will involve M and South Capitol streets in southeast and southwest D.C.
Cathy Lanier, D.C.'s police chief, says it won't be like regular season games for fans who drive to the ball park.
This Columbus Day weekend brings construction delays on Metrorail and the Capital Beltway and closures along the George Washington Memorial Parkway.
Tysons Corner has seen its share of growth in 70 years, but the area's name has stuck around - until possibly now.
A board that oversees two Washington-region airports and is handling the construction of a multibillion-dollar Metrorail extension to Washington Dulles International Airport will expand by four members after a vote by the D.C. Council.
A federal court could ultimately decide how much drivers pay to use the Dulles Toll Road.
Commuters may want to add extra time Monday morning, as Occupy DC is planning a one-year anniversary protest.
A special delivery for the Silver Line slowed down commuters through Tysons Corner into Friday afternoon.