Sprawl & Crawl
The Washington metro area, known for its economic resiliency during the Great Recession, is beginning to slow down when it comes to population growth.
Commuters traveling the 25 miles from the Quantico Marine Corps Base to Fort Belvoir know how frustrating the stop-and-go trip along U.S. 1 can be. Prince William County officials say they hope state funding will be allocated for two major projects to improve traffic flow.
It's known by several names: U.S. 29, Colesville Road and Columbia Pike. It's also a road many people use to commute between D.C. and Baltimore to avoid the hassle of Interstate 95 or the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
New data out from the George Mason University Center for Regional Analysis and RealEstate Business Intelligence show February home prices and home sales high. In fact, sales this year were at their highest February level since 2007.
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In fiscal year 2012, D.C. issued 1.8 million parking tickets worth $92.5 million, according to records obtained by AAA Mid- Atlantic. Most of those tickets went to drivers who live outside of D.C.
Commuters found the commute in on Metro longer than usual Monday morning.
Metro officials plan this week to discuss weekend shutdowns of sections of the system's rail lines and their impact on riders.
Two Virginia congressmen have introduced legislation to study extending Metrorail to Centreville, Woodbridge and Potomac Mills.
After a 343 percent jump in red-light camera tickets in Rockville, the spike in tickets is coming back down.
Metro is no longer single tracking on the Red Line between the Friendship Heights and Van Ness stations.
Metro to host open houses in Maryland, Virginia to discuss changes with new silver line
A citizens association says the release of nitrogen dioxide from cars will pose a health risk to 75,000 Alexandria and Fairfax County residents if a new flyover ramp for the Interstate 95 Express Lanes is built.
Two bills being considered in the Maryland House Environmental Matters Committee would attempt to punish jurisdictions in similar situations.
There is one thing that's certain when snow falls in the D.C. region.
Some taxpayers may receive a smaller refund than they were expecting this year as the District begins a new program to collect unpaid traffic and parking tickets.
Fairfax County is considering whether to install cameras to catch vehicles that run red lights after a seven-year hiatus.
New data from the Census Bureau shows the D.C. region has the nation's second-worst commute, and that 72 percent of workers in the nation's capital live elsewhere.
A Montgomery County Council member says engineers have found more problems at the troubled Silver Spring Transit Center beyond previously disclosed issues with the thickness and strength of its concrete.
Md. among leaders in long commutes, 207,000 commute into Baltimore daily