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New parking rates could come to several popular destinations, including Georgetown and Adams Morgan in late 2013 or early 2014, according to the D.C. Department of Transportation.
Crossing a street in the D.C. metro area can prove challenging for bikers and pedestrians, but some jurisdictions are doing a better job than others when it comes to balancing pedestrian and driver safety.
Recent findings from a report published by the National Capital Region's Transportation Planning Board show that D.C. metro area residents and commuters have varied opinions when it comes to traffic and taxes.
It is still more than a decade away, but the Purple Line could change the way people travel between Montgomery and Prince George's counties.
Dozens of neighborhoods and communities throughout the Washington region are being targeted by planners to serve as hubs of work, housing, transit and entertainment centers.
Standing on a narrow, suspended metal walkway below the surface of the Frederick Douglass Bridge, D.C. Department of Transportation Chief Engineer Ronaldo Nicholson explains the structure is both "functionally obsolete and structurally obsolete."
Find out what these Fairfax County businesses are doing to make the grinding commute easier on their employees.
Calling the tolls "outrageously high," Montgomery County Councilmember Phil Andrews wants to see the cost of using the the Inter-County Connector slashed in half to encourage more drivers to use it.
Buying a cheaper house in Washington's outer suburbs may no longer be the economic bargain it used to be for families making between $44,531 and $89,063 a year.
Metro is planning changes affecting 30 routes in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.