Travelers returning from holiday weekend getaways Sunday found themselves stuck in stop-and-go traffic for hours, and it was some of the worst traffic WTOP's Director of Traffic and Transit Operations has ever seen.
Lynn Bowersox, Metro's assistant general manager for customer service, communications and marketing, answered questions from future Silver Line readers recently in an online chat.
Metro operating on Saturday schedule for July Fourth, more trains planned around fireworks
VRE makes plans to accommodate riders leaving early for holiday weekend
Study finds shortcomings in Frederick County meeting disability act standards
Heading down to the National Mall for the Fourth of July? Between the traffic, the parking and the crowds, it's going to be an experience.
Md. state police to highlight efforts of year-old patrol team focused on impaired driving
New Virginia law limits speed limit to all unpaved roads to 35 mph
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It's been a long time coming and now there's a sweepstakes to be among the first to ride Metro's new Silver Line.
One person is dead and another is injured after a crash that closed a part of the Prince William Parkway early Tuesday morning.
Lisa Foreman got a ticket, even though she parked under a green sign. Now she wants the fine rescinded.
Maryland gas tax set to go up less than half a penny as part of inflationary adjustment
Concerts and traffic might delay work on the Va. 29/Linton Hall Road interchange.
Starting Monday, it's going to cost a little more to use the Metro system -- and to park at Metro stations.
Metro customers can expect to pay more for trips beginning this weekend -- and the increased fares will apply to the new Silver Line segment set to open in July.
Review: ditched US 460 project in Virginia lacked transparency
Virginia transportation officials lifting temporary lane closures for July 4th travelers
Both the Purple Line and CCT are in the works, but an 80-mile bus rapid transit network is still in the early stages.
A group including the Friends of the Capital Crescent Trail and the Center for Biological Diversity threatened to sue federal government agencies involved in environmental assessments of the planned Purple Line light rail route
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