Sprawl & Crawl
Fairfax County plans to spend $350,000 to add more stop signs and speed bumps to force drivers to slow down in residential neighborhoods.
Senate panel to hear from state transportation officials about Purple Line
The blogosphere was abuzz Tuesday morning with news that the District would not give permits to a group of bikers organizing a ride to honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. WTOP Answer Desk set out to learn what really happened.
Virginia transportation officials are ready to cut the ribbon on a new interchange -- but technically, it's already open to drivers.
Contractors for the Silver Spring Transit Center say the summer of 2014 is the earliest the project could be ready to operate, and county officials seem to concede that's the case.
The number of speed camera tickets issued to motorists in portions of the District has decreased, new numbers show.
The Redskins home opener on Monday Night Football will put a crimp in many commuters' plans that evening as the 'Skins host the Eagles.
Metro brought in $20 million less in fare revenue than projected during the last year due to dropping ridership.
An electronic parking device used to pay for public parking in Arlington County is going away.
Classes at the University of Maryland University College's Largo campus have been canceled for Monday night.
A jackknifed semi on the Inner Loop of the Beltway is blocking the right lane before Rt. 201/Kenilworth Avenue.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is using new transportation dollars to revamp and improve MARC train service between Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
If you travel I-95 in Virginia, you've seen construction on the new express lanes rising fast. It turns out, they could open earlier than expected.
Routine testing to close Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge in DC
Several races planned for this weekend will close major roads throughout the region this weekend.
Drivers who paid nearly 3,400 illegal speed camera tickets in Charles County could see their refund soon.
As two Maryland Transportation Authority police officers recover after their cruiser was struck on Interstate 95, AAA Mid-Atlantic says drivers striking or nearly striking people on the highway happens all too frequently, despite Move Over laws.
A maintenance crane came off the tracks overnight Thursday in the same area where a Metro train derailed last week.
A lawsuit against toll increases in Virginia could nullify agreements with private toll operators and leave state taxpayers holding the tab for past, present and planned infrastructure projects.
Metro officials says they hope to avoiding shutting down two heavily used Metro stations to waterproof the train tunnels next year.