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Later this month, Arlington drivers will find their commutes disrupted as the Virginia Department of Transportation revamps the interchanges on U.S. 50/Arlington Boulevard at Courthouse Road and 10th Street. The 10th Street Bridge will be demolished and rebuilt. The roadwork will require some short- and long-term closures.
Metro had brake problems in 2006 that were similar to recent Blue and Orange line issues which left riders shaken.
With transportation and housing costs rising faster than incomes, it might be cheaper to live closer to a city.
A big step forward for the Dulles Rail Project Tuesday, as Metro riders could be on a train to the Airport in just a few years.
Nearly two-thirds of people in the Washington area believe highways in the region should be widened, and there also is very strong support for expanding mass transit, according to a WTOP Beltway Poll.
Red light runners managed to get a break for about a month because of a prominent camera that was on the fritz.
Legislation has been passed in Maryland that allows for automated cameras to be placed on the outside of school buses.
Some people are commuting hundreds of miles to get to work, using more than one mode of transportation to get to the office. The global economy and the growing number ways to communicate have led to more "super-commuters."
With snow in the forecast, road crews will be ready. Even in mild winters, highway departments spend millions of dollars. Find out how Maryland, Virginia and D.C. are doing with their snow budgets so far this winter.
The governors of Maryland and Virginia have started talking about the possibility of a new bridge span over the Potomac River.