Buchanan Partners has sold off a piece of Heritage Hunt to be developed as a Harris Teeter-anchored retail center.
All of the University of Virginia Medical Center's pediatric departments will be housed in one building later this year.
The detour ends and a short cut returns for some drivers in Virginia.
At a summit of Purple Line supporters and county and state officials, a buzz is palpable in the crowd about a Record of Decision from the federal government, a key step toward getting the light-rail project off the ground.
The District Department of Transportation says that a portion of 11th Street in Southeast will be closed near the Navy Yard this weekend as crews beginning demolishing an old elevated ramp that once connected the inbound 11th Street Bridge to the westbound Southeast/Southwest Freeway.
Two people are hurt after a school bus and another vehicle collided on U.S. 29 in Montgomery County Thursday morning.
For the third year, Metro will suspend weekend track work during the Cherry Blossom Festival.
A driver who received a ticket on his rental car for an expired meter got charged twice for the ticket, an issue that highlights the different rules that apply to rental cars and car sharing services.
The contractor on the project installed the wrong speakers and cables along 11 miles of the subway project and the entire Automatic Train Control system now needs to be replaced.
Angry and tired drivers on the Washington area's congested roads may be prime candidates for a new technology that could help curb road rage.
The number of parking tickets issued across Arlington County has been plummeting in recent years and its taking a toll on the city's revenue.
Several months after WTOP Ticketbuster broke a story that caused serious questions to be asked about speed-camera accuracy in Morningside, another driver has come forward to tell her story.
Toll gantries are slowly appearing above drivers using the existing HOV lanes, soon to be express lanes, along both Interstate 95 and 395. But tolling won't begin just yet.
The skybridge over N. Lynn and N. Moore Streets in Rosslyn closed to pedestrians Tuesday and, starting this weekend, will be taken down permanently.
After more than six hours of debate, the Alexandria City Council unanimously approved a plan to add bike lanes on King Street on Saturday.
A speed camera taken down in January for violating Maryland law is back online issuing tickets to drivers going too fast.
It's that time of year again: The Rock 'n' Roll Marathon is coming to town.
Takoma Park and Metro officials are battling over whether a planned apartment building near the Takoma Metro will be too tall.
Metro will open two hours early to help runners get to the Rock 'N' Roll Marathon in Washington this weekend.
A Florida city's red light cameras are targeting emergency room patients, according to a local TV station investigation.
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