Tysons Corner could be getting a long-awaited Valentine's Day gift. Officials say the Silver Line could be ready in February.
Metro to break ground on major new bus facility to serve northern Virginia
Relief is on the way for a residential neighborhood long plagued by bus noise and pollution.
Halloween is the deadliest day of the year for children who get hit by cars. Takes some precautions to keep drivers and trick-or-treaters safe.
Last Tuesday, D.C. driver Anna Russell was pulled over for a routine traffic stop and ended up receiving six tickets.
Drivers coming into D.C. and Arlington should be prepared for widespread road closures as the Marine Corps Marathon gets underway Sunday.
This week, a one-month comment period for drivers to suggest ways to improve the 495 Express Lanes closed, with some suggestions as zany as setting up a drive-through coffee shop on the toll lanes.
The District will close a stretch of Kalmia Road sooner than planned to replace a bridge structure. The bridge conditions have deteriorated after recent rains.
So what do you name a baby boy when he is born on the Capital Beltway? A few suggestions.
A woman gave birth to a baby boy on the Outer Loop of the Beltway Friday morning.
Tolls are scheduled to go up again on the Dulles Toll Road in January. But it appears that may be the last toll hike for that road in the near future.
A more than 5-mile stretch of Route 606 in Loudoun County will be widened to reduce backups and commute times.
The much-anticipated launch of streetcar service in the District of Columbia has been delayed and won't begin until early 2014, WTOP has learned.
A Metro station manager is accused of taking paper farecards and transferring their value onto SmarTrip cards so that he could sell them.
A regional road safety campaign is about to begin its fall enforcement.
A new work-zone speed camera will be deployed along route 340 and Route 15 between Interstate 70 and Mt. Zion Road near Ballenger Creek in Frederick County next month.
Virginia State Police cite 328 for texting while driving since law went into effect July 1
Downtown McLean hasn't changed much in 20 years, perhaps longer. A renewal may be coming, led by Washington Real Estate Investment Trust and the JBG Cos., owners of two key properties.
Metro: no weekend disruption on 4 of 5 lines this week, some orange line riders to see delays
For the first time, a state commission that oversees utility companies will hear a challenge to a proposed toll hike along the Dulles Greenway.
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