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.
Streetcar service in Washington, D.C., will not open until late summer or autumn, D.C. Department of Transportation officials say.
More than a dozen D.C. drivers have come to WTOP Ticketbuster to complain about stickers that are falling off their windshields, resulting in tickets.
Virginia congressmen say they have secured a critical piece of funding that will pave the way for construction to begin on the final phase of the Dulles Rail project.
The Silver Spring Transit Center is overdue and over budget, and a new independent analysis says that the cracks in the concrete at the center are more of a problem than originally thought.
W.Va. Division of Highways kicking off work zone safety campaign in Charleston
Metro: Expect longer weekend waits on red, orange lines; Greenbelt station closed
A major road construction project is getting underway on U.S. Route 1 near Fort Belvoir.
WTOP's David Burd reports.
Every day, thousands of people sit in traffic on Interstate 66. And while the Virginia Department of Transportation studies the I-66 corridor from the Capital Beltway to US 15, state officials have a variety of ideas on how to lessen the gridlock.
Virginia officials are making E-ZPass transponders available at more sites in Hampton Roads and Richmond.
The Nike Women's Half Marathon will close roads throughout Downtown D.C. Sunday morning.
Sprawl & Crawl: Rt. 1 near Fort Belvoir to get wider
The U.S. Park Police report that eight vehicles were involved and two people were arrested for drug possession in an accident early Saturday morning on the B-W Parkway.
As Virginia transportation officials met to discuss a six-year vision this week, lawmakers and residents debated the role of highways and mass transit for commuters.
Drivers' complaints helped uncover a larger problem in the ticketing program in the District of Columbia that lacks proper safeguards to protect innocent drivers, mostly from Maryland and Virginia.
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