For the third time in less than two years, the City of Laurel is taking another measure to prevent drivers from getting speed or red- light camera tickets.
The simulated service is a milestone, considering there have been numerous delays in getting the streetcars rolling.
Western Maryland county approves $9.1M to fix walkways that fall short of federal standards
DC's Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge to close for several hours for testing
The bridge that takes I-395 over South Glebe Road is slated to be renamed for Virginia State Trooper Jacqueline Vernon, who was killed in 1988 during a traffic stop on the interstate.
DC streetcars to begin no-passenger rides as a step toward regular operations
In an animated back-and-forth with many tense moments, lawmakers on Wednesday spent more than three hours questioning the Inspector General staff and top D.C. agencies about speed cameras and parking tickets.
The Columbia Pike streetcar line would run 7.4 miles from the Skyline section of Fairfax County to Pentagon City and eventually the Crystal City Metro station, connecting to the Metro Transitway along U.S. Route 1 towards Alexandria.
Metro: 4 lines to be affected by weekend work, only silver and yellow lines unaffected
Metro will stay open late for crowds expected at Washington Redskins game on Thursday night
Fairfax County may be expanding the role of some school crossing guards.
WTOP's Allison Keyes reports
So you'll have some decisions to make next time you take the road.
Federal government awards $2.8 million grant to study replacing rail bridge over Potomac
Hate your morning commute already? It's not likely to improve and conditions could worsen as millions move to the area.
The Nationals are in discussions with Metro. D.C. council member Tommy Wells insists a deal will get done.
Although Metropolitan Police Department officers write less than five percent of all parking tickets, a majority of them are handwritten and prone to higher error rates.
Downed wires caused delays for MARC Train service Tuesday morning, and service was restored Wednesday afternoon.
Road tests have begun on new electronic tolling equipment along the future 95 Express Lanes in Northern Virginia.
Drivers in D.C. are not necessarily known for their patience, but the results of one survey show drivers in the District are second-rudest in the country.
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