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The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) and other local agencies will be conducting a Streetcar Emergency Preparedness Drill, Sunday Aug. 24. The drill will close H Street NE between 12th and 13th streets.
Low-interest $1.28 billion federal loan finalized for Metro Silver Line construction
Coin buckets and exact change lanes are being phased out along the Dulles Toll Road and will be replaced with electronic tolling lanes.
Gravel caused problems Wednesday morning for drivers on the Inner Loop of the Capital Beltway between U.S. 50 and Md. 202.
Bridge over Anacostia River to close for several hours to allow water traffic to pass
Crews to repave section of northbound I-95, leading to lane closures
In the weeks since a high-profile press conference to address three pedestrian fatalities near the University of Maryland, several measures to increase safety have been put into place.
Blue Line service has been restored in both directions, Metro says.
Montgomery County is aiming to add a fleet of upgraded buses in its plan — years from now — to build an 80-mile bus rapid transit network
Metro: weekend work to affect orange, blue, yellow and red lines
British pop stars One Direction will perform to a sold out Nationals Park crowd at 7 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 11.
WTOP's Kristi King takes an inside look at slugging -- commuting via an organized hitchhiking system.
Speculative commercial real estate development has lost some of its favor these days, with all but a few projects moving forward, only in the right locations.
The continued 11th Street Bridge project will lead to a road closure this weekend.
Two months after Virginia sent cease desist orders to car-sharing services Uber and Lyft, the two companies have agreed to meet a series of insurance and legal requirements in order to operate legally in the commonwealth.
Maryland Public Service Commission rules Uber is a 'common carrier,' is subject to regulation
A man is dead after a crash in Northeast D.C. Wednesday morning.
A new service coming soon from ride-sharing service Uber will be able to match carpoolers.
A WTOP investigation has uncovered one of D.C.'s speed cameras was actually operating in Prince George's County, Maryland, which could be illegal under D.C. law.
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