Sprawl & Crawl
A clogged D.C. intersection plagued with illegal turns has caught the attention of a former POTUS candidate.
A new piece of public art will grace the New York Avenue Bridge providing a dash of nature and art to the newly rehabilitated structured that will serve as a gateway to the District's NoMA neighborhood.
A female passenger died in a crash that closed the Baltimore-Washington Parkway for about two hours.
Virginia commuters put a lot of miles on their vehicles, spending more on gas and maintenance than most as a result.
Drivers experienced delays on Md. Rt. 32 through Wednesday morning.
Capital Bikeshare is on the verge of launching in Montgomery County and county officials are planning for a mid-September start to the bike rental program.
All lanes of northbound Interstate-95 have reopened between I-195/BWI Airport/Exit 47 and I-695/Exit 49 after a tractor-trailer crash and fire early Tuesday morning.
Deputies in Stafford County, who previously had only the option of not writing a ticket or issuing a reckless driving citation, now can ticket drivers with improper driving.
Drivers who travel through the Dupont Circle area may want to find an alternate route during the day Tuesday.
Md. state police: Infant critically injured in crash with tractor trailer on Capital Beltway
Crews are working to repair the damage a water main break caused a town home community in Prince William County Sunday night.
As Prince George's County students return to school Monday, a top transportation official wants the public to know pedestrian safety is a top priority.
Passengers must wait a little longer before every D.C. taxicab is equipped with credit card readers. More than half of the city's cabs will not be ready to accept cashless payments by the Sept. 1 deadline.
Last month, Gov. Martin O'Malley approved improvements to the Greenbelt Metro station. If the FBI chooses to relocate to Prince George's County, it's likely the project will be fast tracked.
The Express Lanes will be closed for road work Saturday night. The lanes will open around 8 a.m. Sunday to southbound traffic from the 14th Street Bridge to Va. 236/Duke Street.
Attorney General Doug Gansler, who plans to run for Governor in 2014, tells WTOP his vision for the future of Maryland transportation includes a shift away from road projects and an emphasis on mass transit.
Metro Transit Police are reporting a spike in the number of thefts of smartphones and other portable electronic devices.
A pricey Land Rover Defender has been destroyed (and videotaped) at a Baltimore salvage yard by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers because it was unsafe and illegally imported.
With high gas prices, technology is making it possible to offer alternatives, and that's no different in Howard County.
An investigation into why a Silver Line test train derailed is underway.