The Netherlands is testing the latest in road design technology: glow-in-the-dark paint.
The power is back on at the Cleveland Park Metro Station.
With the 495 Express Lanes more than a year old, and the 95 Express Lanes due to open in early 2015, many confused drivers ask WTOP why their E-ZPass works at bridges, but not on the Express Lanes.
A portion of U.S. 301 in Maryland will be closed this weekend for railroad crossing repairs.
The Maryland State Highway Administration says over the winter crews could not get the work done because snow storms repeatedly hit the area.
All lanes of the northbound George Washington Parkway have reopened between the Memorial Bridge and the Roosevelt Bridge.
Tolls are already high on the Dulles Greenway, but starting Friday the rates will go even higher.
More than half of the Metrobus stops in D.C., Maryland and Virginia do not meet federal accessibility conditions, forcing more riders to use MetroAccess and straining the more expensive service.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority says the contractor for the Silver Line has submitted paperwork that Phase One is substantially complete - a key hurdle for the new Metro line.
The Maryland Department of Planning is renewing its objection to a proposed housing development in rural Allegany County that led to a landmark state Court of Appeals ruling in 2008.
Bechtel, lead contractor of the Dulles Transit Partners joint venture, expects to submit the project for approval within the next few days.
Vigil to honor VDOT workers who've been killed in work zones; part of weeklong awareness
Drivers who want to keep their cars, but are considering taking the bus, Metro or a bike to work could save money on their vehicle insurance with these two discounts.
The District of Columbia wrote more than 1.8 million parking tickets in fiscal year 2013, netting $84.4 million in parking fines, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
Walter Edwards spent 10 months in 2013 fighting red tape to get a ticket in the District of Columbia thrown out, only to open his mailbox to find a second bogus ticket assigned to him.
It was supposed to open in 2011: a glittering new hub in the Washington region's transportation system. But there's still no firm date on when the troubled Silver Spring Transit Center will be open for use.
The Silver Line project could be turned over to Metro in a soon as two weeks, sources close to the project tell WTOP. But Metro's general manager, Richard Sarles, isn't ready to confirm that.
D.C. Council member Mary Cheh, who oversees all the key agencies involved in the ticketing process, will introduce a bill Tuesday called the Transportation Reorganization Act.
Soon, it'll be easier to take another route out of the District through a busy corridor.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetos red-light camera bill and Senate district measure
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