It's a law that's been on the books for 12 years in Virginia and it is the law in all 50 states -- but still drivers might now know about it.
Metro says contractor is behind on key items, which could lead to more silver line delays
New pavement markings have been added at six entry points to the 495 Express Lanes in Virginia in an attempt to make it easier for drivers to choose the proper lane, whether entering the E-ZPass-only Express Lanes or staying on the regular Capital Beltway travel lanes.
The association behind taxi and limo companies is firing back after the rideshare company Uber refused to honor a cease-and-desist order from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
Though Metro has yet to set an opening date for the Silver Line, Deputy General Manager Rob Troup said he expected work to be further along at this point.
Loudoun County's Department of Economic Development is so cramped, three of its top business development managers are working out of a closet.
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Development of apartments, shops, offices and parking begins at MARC station near Fort Meade
The District's new streetcar line will not open until the end of the year - not late summer or early fall as previously hoped, city officials said Friday.
A woman gave birth on Interstate 270 near Middlebrook Road around 6 a.m. Friday, says Montgomery County Fire Spokesman Pete Piringer.
The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles says that ride services Lyft and Uber are violating state law and must stop operating immediately.
Beginning June 6, a portion of Cedar Lane in Bethesda will close to traffic for at least two months.
Northbound Interstate 395 will reduce to one lane Thursday evening and Capital Pride festivities will cause street closures all over D.C. Saturday and Sunday.
Va. official says CSX inspector found defect in track the day before oil train derailment
From parking tickets to streetcars and Capital Bikeshare, a D.C. City Council committee began a discussion on Wednesday about overhauling the transportation system in the city.
More people and more jobs are coming to D.C. and the city's infrastructure needs some work -- $54 billion worth.
Fairfax County board clears way for $188M neighborhood overhaul at former Lorton prison site
Local motorists spend 24 percent more time driving during peak hours.
More traffic equals more regulation at the National Mall.
Subsurface ground movement eyed as cause of bridge tilt that made Delaware interstate close
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