Sprawl & Crawl
Va road-funding fix rescues projects but uncertainty looms over key revenue, toll provisions
A 6.5-mile highway continues to stir passion and divide communities in Northern Virginia with no end in sight.
Route 7 between Alexandria and Tysons in Virginia is a heavily congested corridor with about 62,000 vehicles on a typical workday.
The construction of I-95 Express Lanes and Metro rail rebuilding work could alter travel plans over the weekend.
As the summer repaving season is in full swing, the Virginia Department of Transportation is spending new transportation money to fix more roads around Northern Virginia.
Automated external defibrillator box at several Metro stations have been relocated from public hallways and station walls to the inside of the manager's kiosk. And the change has some riders concerned.
D.C. Mayor Vince Gray won't say whether he will veto a bill that requires big-box stores to pay workers a minimum of $12.50 an hour.
The teams behind the West End Library and Hine Junior High School redevelopments have applied to knock down existing buildings on their respective sites, despite ongoing legal challenges.
New options for international travel appear headed to the region as Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) grows.
Heavy traffic pushes many commuters to Virginia Railway Express and Metro. Both railways are over capacity, but new transportation funding could make the experience much smoother.
From new interchanges to toll lanes to bus rapid transit, Fairfax County leaders want the state to study potential solutions to traffic congestion on two major county roads.
SmarTrip cards will go down in price to $2 in October.
wo National Transportation Safety Board officials spent several hours with Maryland officials Thursday and drove over the Bay Bridge to see the spot where last week a car plunged into the waters below.
VDOT to add studs to James River Bridge's new steel grid deck to reduce accidents
NVTA approves 32 new projects.
Mother Nature is responsible for early morning traffic backups and problems on a $2.5 billion bridge that is only six years old.
Officials reopened northbound Md. 4 at Mount Harmony Road in Calvert County, but it will likely close again in the evening.
It sounds pretty ominous: "We have a structure that is cracking and continues to crack and that is a problem."
The auto club is asking the National Transportation Safety Board to step in and inspect the Bay Bridge's barrier railing system.
Morgan Lake she didn't want to drown and was able to swim out the window of her car after it plunged into the Chesapeake Bay last Friday night. So what would you do if your car was suddenly in the water, sinking? We've got expert tips to help you survive a watery crash.