The Maryland State Highway Administration has announced a series of safety enhancements for a troubled section of Route 1 in College Park.
Obama to press for action on transportation funds in Virginia, Delaware events
Afternoon trains on MARC's Brunswick Line will run at reduced speeds because of the heat.
A Prince William County roadway has reopened after a three-vehicle crash caused its closure for most of the Monday morning rush hour.
Route 28, one of Northern Virginia's busiest roads, will be scrutinized this summer.
Starting Monday, ticket writers in the District of Columbia will crack down on illegal parking along the H Street-Benning Road corridor from the Hopscotch Bridge to the old Spingarn High School.
Starting Aug. 25, the Georgia Avenue and 14th Street corridors will get extended buses that can hold more people.
As many in the region plan for a summer getaway to the beaches in Virginia or North Carolina, transportation leaders are reminding drivers to expect some delays on any trip south on Interstate 95.
Metro has a new program in the works to change their own culture regarding customer service.
The cars versus bicyclist debate on area roads has reached a fever pitch sparked by a controversial commentary by Washington Post Columnist Courtland Milloy titled "Bicyclist bullies try to rule the road in D.C."
Metro: smoke, noise after covering touches third rail at Smithsonian station
Beginning Sunday night, the State Highway Administration will begin closing lanes of Wisconsin Avenue for resurfacing work in downtown Bethesda.
A new phishing scam is targeting E-ZPass users along the East Coast, including drivers who live in Maryland and Virginia.
New Virginia state transportation map available, highlights centennial of forestry system
Fixing 176 area bridges that are in structural disrepair could take longer than expected, according to a new report.
One month after a woman received a ticket on a block with multiple incorrect parking signs, a judge has thrown out the ticket and waived all fines against her.
A D.C. lane closure is expected to cause delays through the Wednesday morning commute.
When Metro's Silver Line project received approval for $1.9 billion in federal Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loans last May, it seemed as though funding challenges for the line's Phase 2 were solved.
Greystar plans to start work soon on a 34-story high-rise near the Silver Line's Spring Hill Metro station to be called Elan Tysons West after acquiring the development site earlier this month from a a joint venture including The Georgelas Group LLC. The 400-unit high-rise, with about 6,500 square feet of ground-floor retail, is just one of several parcels Georgelas took through the Fairfax County entitlement process.
A new rapid busway is set to open next month that will give Arlington and Alexander commuters an alternate to driving U.S. Route 1. Meanwhile Arlington continues to defends its planned Columbia Pike streetcar line.
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