Teeth-rattling potholes can be spotted around the D.C. region after a harsh winter, and road crews have been filling them in the thousands.
The slope failure in the Piscataway Hills neighborhood of Fort Washington still is being evaluated. People don't know when they'll be allowed back into their homes.
It pays for new buses, platform work and escalators, among other things.
A shortcut between Silver Spring and Northwest Washington reopened Friday after a six-month project to replace and improve the crossing near Rock Creek Park.
Tickets for distracted driving skyrocket after Md. strengthens hand-held cellphone law
Thousands of people will flock to D.C. Saturday for the Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure.
Metro will take on the Silver Spring Transit Center, but only after repairs ensure that the $120 million dollar project, years overdue, is safe.
Follow these rules when you valet and you and your car should be fine.
Reconstruction on a busy roadway through Montgomery County begins Monday, and commuters should expect lane closures for at least a week, the Maryland State Highway Administration says.
When Patricia Cronauer's license plate fell off her car last summer, she never imagined it would kick start a nightmare that one lawmaker calls "a loop of insanity."
Drivers in the D.C. area are sending text messages and talking behind the wheel more than last year, despite an increased number of construction projects that clutter roadways and make the practice even more dangerous, a new report finds.
An out-of-town driver hit the brakes suddenly at the entrance to the 495 Express Lanes and the three-car, fiery crash that followed sent five people to the hospital.
A Ride-On bus struck a woman in her mid-30s Tuesday morning.
The nation's transportation secretary and other leaders are coming up with ways to boost federal Highway Trust Fund and repair the nation's aging infrastructure.
The D.C. City Council unanimously passed a bill Tuesday to change the way parking tickets are adjudicated and address several issues identified in the WTOP Ticketbuster series.
The federal Highway Trust Fund is going broke and Virginia Transportation Secretary Aubrey Lane is urging Congress to pump it up.
Speed cameras have become so commonplace in D.C. and Maryland, that drivers are taking notice and slowing down. However changes in speed limits and where the cameras are placed can help or hurt drivers.
Wawa hoagies in Loudoun? County planners say the proposal should be toast.
Metro: some travelers on the orange, red and green lines will experience longer weekend waits
Work got started on the widening of Interstate 66 last month and some residents are losing sleep over the construction -- literally.
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