Sprawl & Crawl
The Maryland Transit Administration says that the Friday derailment of a CSX train will have only a small impact on Monday's MARC trains.
Ft. Belvoir officials are reaching out to more than 30,000 employees to survey how they commute and how alternative options could become more attractive.
Weekend work zones and events may slow drivers on some routes around town. Travel conditions will be improving on Saturday as the WTOP Weather Center expects the heaviest downpours will have lifted into the New England and out to sea.
Montgomery County is getting closer to having Bikeshare stations, too.
The speed limit on the 495 Express Lanes will go up to 65 mph later this month after a study from the Virginia Department of Transportation concluded it would not pose a safety risk to drivers.
Weather causes VDOT to cancel weekend HOV closures on I-95, 395 in northern Va.
More than 100 people packed into the Owen Brown Interfaith Center in Columbia Thursday to hear more about the state plan to end three bus routes along the Intercounty Connector and to voice their opinions against the service reductions.
The District is preparing to roll out solicitations for a pair of megaprojects that will change the way D.C. residents and suburbanites traverse the nation's capital.
A variety of musicians tried out to be the acts you see performing outside Metro stations.
Metro says weekend work will affect all 5 rail lines, with longer wait times for passengers
The plan reworks the Fairfax Connector bus network to serve Metro's new Silver Line when it opens later this year.
Truckers and motorcoach drivers on the Beltway near Landover were likely surprised to find Maryland State Troopers redirecting them into a sprawling parking lot at FedEx Field.
Maryland roadway to be named in honor of former State Sen. Leonard Teitelbaum
When two roads converge, it can create a dangerous situation.
Would you pay more for better transportation technology? Eight in 10 people surveyed in D.C., New York and Los Angeles say they'd pay more for technology, if it meant shorter lines.
The nation's capital has the largest commuter surge in the country, with close to a half-million people a day coming into Washington, D.C. -- proportionately more than any other city in the country.
Drivers who use the Harry Nice Bridge should be prepared for possible delays during overnight hours between June 2 and June 6.
As Metro ridership falls, people seek other options, including commuter rail, walking, bikes
Metro holding June auditions for 'MetroPerforms!'; selected artists perform at Metro stations
Traffic gets bad enough as it is. What will happen if some commuter bus routes are cancelled?