An eight-story addition is planned for behind the original Italian embassy building in Adams Morgan, creating a complex that would have up to 135 residential units.
As the overall number of speed camera tickets issued in work zones in Maryland decreased in 2013, the number of fatalities in work zones increased.
A historic downtown Washington building where telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell once conducted experiments could become a contemporary art museum.
Some drivers are using phony disability parking placards as a way to avoid parking restrictions and meter payments in D.C.
Metro: weekend work to affect orange, blue and red lines, no work scheduled for other lines
Road crews report resources are in good shape ahead of the oncoming storm. But with constant clean-up going on, there isn't time for regular maintenance.
Drivers Monday morning encountered what they didn't expect in the rain -- a huge pothole on the Clara Barton Parkway near Glen Echo, Md.
Del. Aisha Braveboy calls for an independent review of the speed cameras on Suitland Road in Morningside, Md.
Gas prices are edging lower, but just like the recent weather, it may be the calm before the storm.
The ticketing grace period is over. The new D.C. traffic cams are up and running and finding speeders in major areas. Find out where.
Two-hour parking limit? Moving you're car won't make you legally parked.
Metro rebuilding efforts will continue through the weekend with work performed on all lines except the Green Line.
Metro has found the root of the problem that caused trains to single track along the Red Line between Shady Grove and Twinbrook.
Cleaning up the snow and ice from local roadways over the past week has left cars covered in salt and sand.
A busy stretch of D.C. will see disruptions for years due to a new project. You might see brand new city blocks in NW after it's done.
A lengthy commute can be par for the course in the D.C. area, but a new study is finding daily gridlock is taking its toll on women more than men.
At the first of six public meetings on a proposed Metro fare hike, several dozen people came to the Greenbelt Marriott to criticize the plan as punitive to the poor and disabled.
Melinda Ardinger's car completely shut down in the middle of oncoming traffic. She was more than disappointed by the reaction of fellow drivers.
Last month, police in D.C. delayed the start date for tickets on 132 new traffic cameras, but on Saturday the grace period ends.
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