D.C. and Baltimore are among the cities where an app called SpotHero can help you find guaranteed, discounted parking.
The private owner of the Dulles Greenway has submitted an application to hike tolls on the Loudoun County highway by 15 cents in each direction.
Red-light cameras are common in Maryland, Virginia and the District, but many drivers complained to WTOP Ticketbuster about a specific kind of ticket in 2013.
New Year's Day is a federal holiday, and because of that some area transportation services are not operating or are on a modified schedule.
The federal transit allowance has been slashed dramatically, which stands to impact the region's commute -- whether by car or transit.
A man is dead after a crash on D.C. 295, which closed the roadway for several hours Tuesday morning.
Metro to stay open later for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day
Here are WTOP's five worst rush hours of 2013. Each featured major incidents and extreme, widespread delays that affected tens of thousands of motorists far and wide.
AAA Mid-Atlantic looks back at the best and worst in transportation issues around D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
A warning period has been extended for more than 130 new traffic enforcement cameras in D.C. before bad drivers can get fines for speeding and infractions at stop signs, crosswalks and intersections.
Dulles Toll Road rates set to increase 75 cents on Jan. 1
A new breed of enforcement camera is coming online in D.C. this weekend. More than 130 new cameras will target more than speeding but cross walks, intersection blockers and even commercial vehicle violations.
Gasoline prices in Virginia have increased an average of seven cents per gallon over the past week.
A woman is dead after she was struck by a vehicle on the Suitland Parkway, which closed the Maryland roadway Friday morning.
Metro: no weekend work on 4 of 5 lines, only red line will be affected by work
A busy commuter line for Metro bus riders is becoming more and more of a hassle as full buses pass riders by at the stops.
Choose to leave during off hours and off days, and have other routes in mind to make your trip faster. We've got some suggestions.
Metro is proposing raising fares again by a small amount, but the change could affect one group far more than most.
WTOP's Ari Ashe reports.
A Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments study finds that more commuters will carpool to work because traffic is projected to increase 70 percent by 2040. But transportation officials argue a more robust Metro system could help mitigate the traffic.