Sprawl & Crawl
Metro says train ridership was nearly 5 percent below the agency's expectations in the first quarter of the fiscal year.
Amtrak is rolling out passenger rail service from Norfolk starting Wednesday.
Opponents of Virginia's proposal to use toll revenue to improve Interstate 95 plan to rally outside a public hearing.
A new park and ride is set to open soon in Fairfax County, with bus service to Franconia-Springfield Metro Station and the Pentagon.
The union representing Metro transit police is suing the transit agency to reinstate an officer who the union says was wrongly fired.
Local transportation leaders want area residents to know that ending the solo drive to work in favor of ride sharing could save them time and money.
Some big changes are coming to Fairfax Connector bus service.
Daytime lane closures are planned for I-95 in the Quantico area.
A major project to widen Route 1 near Fort Belvoir is one step further along.
A video shot by an anonymous user and posted on Unsuck DC Metro shows a driver maneuvering a bus with a newspaper in hand.
Find out what these Fairfax County businesses are doing to make the grinding commute easier on their employees.
Metro says safety is behind a decision to extend the Silver Line.
D.C.'s mayor wants to see public transportation, bicycles or by walking account for 75 percent of trips taken in the city by 2032.
Calling the tolls "outrageously high," Montgomery County Councilmember Phil Andrews wants to see the cost of using the the Inter-County Connector slashed in half to encourage more drivers to use it.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors delayed a final decision on a tax a special service tax district after receiving complaints from homeowners. The complaints came during a two-hour public hearing.
The man who runs the District's parking and streetlight program admits it: Multiple signs detailing multiple parking rules in the same place are confusing.
One or more of the escalators at Dupont Circle's south Metrorail entrance have shut down 20 times in the 40 days since they were installed, according to Metro.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday is expected to adopt the rulebook that will guide the collection of hundreds of millions of dollars for Tysons road improvements.
Beginning this January, the Fairfax Connector bus service will provide a public transportation option on the 495 Express Lanes to help commuters avoid Beltway traffic.
A first look at the numbers on the 495 Express Lanes show drivers are taking to them slowly since they opened about two weeks ago.