A Montgomery County man is fighting a more than $24,000 bill from Transurban for 23 trips along the 495 Express Lanes due to an E-ZPass glitch.
Passengers who see bodily fluids, such as blood or vomit on Metro trains or buses, are being asked to report what they see to drivers or station managers, so the bus or rail car can be taken out of service and sanitized.
Metro says riders will wait longer than usual for trains this weekend.
Drivers in the D.C. area may run into some tricky commutes over the next few days, with both Halloween and a time shift.
Some guardrails on area roads are built with a potentially dangerous design that could allow them to impale crashing vehicles.
A Fairfax County woman who was charged more than $10,000 for 11 unpaid trips on the 495 Express Lanes went to court on Wednesday and won a partial victory over the company that operates the toll lanes.
City employees -- including DDOT workers -- are not exempt from parking tickets. Just last week, a government vehicle blocking traffic was issued a $100 ticket.
One year after a WTOP Ticketbuster investigation uncovered videos questioning the accuracy of the Morningside speed camera program, Prince George's County has dealt a serious blow to the town's efforts to restart the cameras.
The Beltway Express Lanes can be pricey and they can cost drivers even more if they miss the tolls. Now, after WTOP's Ticketbuster reported on the huge potential fines, the operator of the lanes is making changes.
Another area developer is changing gears by looking to build a residential high-rise where an office building was once planned.
Montgomery County has formalized its partnership with a pair of developers to overhaul the core of Wheaton into a mixed-use, walkable community and 18-hour economy.
Speed limit on I-81 to increase to 70 mph near Winchester
Md. officials to announce $10M to widen road at Fort Meade
Popular ride-sharing company Uber is testing out a concept called "Uber Pool," which could come to D.C.
Slow progress on proposed high speed train linking North Carolina and Virginia
Alexandria has not reached a conclusion as to where it will recommend putting the Potomac Yard Metro Station, but the numbers suggest there's a leader in the clubhouse.
Sometime soon, it could be easier to find and pay for parking.
The D.C. Department of Transportation (DDOT) had hoped to build a 22-mile streetcar network connecting all parts of the District, but now the agency admits that will not happen in the next 10 years.
AAA urges drivers in Virginia to stay focused, alert during deer mating season
Eight years ago Metro was looking for its voice. They found it in Randi Miller.
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