A new survey from the Transportation Planning Board's Commuter Connections program finds that while more people are teleworking and using mass transit, most still drive a car by themselves into work.
A man who received a speeding ticket from a speed camera that was later relocated was found guilty of speeding but a judge suspended all fines associated with the ticket.
DC DOT: Streets, bridges near Navy Yard reopen after shooting
Motorists coming off the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge into Washington are treated to a postcard-perfect view of the U.S. Capitol. The bridge itself, however, is about as ugly as it gets: The steel underpinnings have thinned since the structure was built in 1950, and the span is pocked with rust and crumbling concrete.
AAA says gas prices should start to decline following summer travel season
Metro officials seek input on numerous changes proposed for Metrobus routes in DC, Md., Va.
Police investigating arson of speed camera near school in Maryland
The fifth annual Fort McHenry Tunnel 5k run and walk will close the tunnel from about 7 p.m. Saturday until noon on Sunday.
A new speed camera has gone up in Landover near Dodge Park Elementary School.
Virginia and the National Park Service will move ahead with both the Bi-County Parkway and the Manassas National Battlefield Park Bypass at the same time.
At a forum of transportation experts on Thursday night, panelists called upon elected leaders to think about regional solutions to solve the congestion in the region.
As Capital Bikeshare stations are popping up in Bethesda, Silver Spring and Takoma Park, WTOP learns an event to formally launch the program is is coming at the end of September.
Metro releases a new map to spread awareness about the Silver Line.
Fairfax County plans to spend $350,000 to add more stop signs and speed bumps to force drivers to slow down in residential neighborhoods.
Senate panel to hear from state transportation officials about Purple Line
The blogosphere was abuzz Tuesday morning with news that the District would not give permits to a group of bikers organizing a ride to honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks. WTOP Answer Desk set out to learn what really happened.
Virginia transportation officials are ready to cut the ribbon on a new interchange -- but technically, it's already open to drivers.
Contractors for the Silver Spring Transit Center say the summer of 2014 is the earliest the project could be ready to operate, and county officials seem to concede that's the case.
The number of speed camera tickets issued to motorists in portions of the District has decreased, new numbers show.
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