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The commute to Linda Baer's D.C. job is a marathon, taking her through multiple modes of transportation and spanning about 3 1/2 hours.
He's not a morning person, but family and church keep him waking up at 3 a.m. for the three-hour trip.
It's no surprise: Traffic in and around the District is bad. How bad? A new study offers commuters some perspective.
Commuters traveling the 25 miles from the Quantico Marine Corps Base to Fort Belvoir know how frustrating the stop-and-go trip along U.S. 1 can be. Prince William County officials say they hope state funding will be allocated for two major projects to improve traffic flow.
New data from the Census Bureau shows the D.C. region has the nation's second-worst commute, and that 72 percent of workers in the nation's capital live elsewhere.
Women take their silent rage on the road.
Until Labor Day, the wait times for tables at D.C. restaurants much shorter than any other time of the year.
Virginia State Police and Prince William County Police are cracking down on parking violators at the Horner Road commuter parking lot.
Stanford University is using an incentive program to get employees to change their driving behaviors.
Long morning or evening drives to work, which WTOP reported Monday are more likely in D.C. than anywhere else in the country, can lead to a proportionately higher risk of serious illnesses, according to a study from the American Journal of Preventative Medicine.