Sprawl & Crawl
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Virginia is moving ahead with plans to allow buses to use Interstate 66 shoulders starting next year as a pilot project to reduce congestion along the heavily traveled corridor.
Charm City has temporarily suspended its troubled speed and red light program following reports of erroneous citations.
WTOP's Hank Silverberg reports
Metro will spend $5 million in the next fiscal year on an anti-fatigue plan.
Tuesday is Emancipation Day in the District, and that means there are some changes to typical weekday parking rules.
Maryland leaders are confident the Purple Line from Bethesda to New Carrollton will open by 2020.
Metro to resume weekend track work after break for cherry blossoms
Gridlock can literally kill by raising your blood pressure, your stress level and your risk of heart disease.
Fairfax County will hold a series of meetings beginning Monday night asking for feedback on a revised plan for new bus schedules and routes once trains begin running from Wiehle-Reston East to East Falls Church.
The Dulles Greenway, the 14-mile-long highway that runs from Dulles Airport to Leesburg is one of the region's underused highways and the latest toll hike may be the last straw for some local residents.
In a new twist on speed cameras, the City of Laurel introduced two fake cameras this week.
Arlington and Fairfax counties won't receive federal funding for a new streetcar line planned along Columbia Pike.
It may seem like a rarity around here, but two construction projects have come in under budget, allowing the money to go toward other much needed road improvements in Fairfax County.
A train operator no longer works for Metro after he was caught on camera looking at his cellphone.
More people are using the 495 Express Lanes in Virginia but the increase in traffic in the lanes' first six months has been slow.
Metro has unveiled plans for new train evacuation instructions after passengers on the Green Line self-evacuated during an emergency in January.
Wednesday was the busiest ridership day for Metrorail since 2010, topping even January's inauguration ridership, and the fourth busiest day in transit system's 37-year history.
While the planned Columbia Pike streetcar has been making local headlines, Arlington County has been quietly moving forward with a project that's bringing significant infrastructure improvements to the busy thoroughfare.
Metro released details on its plan to pilot a "Metro station of the future" project at the Bethesda Metro station.