Sprawl & Crawl
Every summer, local drivers must contend with heavy beach traffic along Interstate 95 in Virginia. But this summer expect more frequent backups and delays as construction ramps up on the 95 Express Lanes.
The commute to Linda Baer's D.C. job is a marathon, taking her through multiple modes of transportation and spanning about 3 1/2 hours.
AAA Mid-Atlantic expects a drop in the number of travelers on Memorial Day weekend and it points the finger at sequestration.
Plans are moving forward that would make hopping on a Metro train easier for riders around D.C.
With pictures of the Oklahoma tornado devastation near Oklahoma City still coming in, some wonder what they would do if a tornado hit while they were behind the wheel.
He's not a morning person, but family and church keep him waking up at 3 a.m. for the three-hour trip.
Metro adds weekly short-trip pass to SmarTrip cards, discontinues paper short-trip pass
May is National Bike Month, a reminder that bikes are increasingly becoming part of the traffic flow.
Capital Bikeshare set a new record Friday. The red bikes were checked out more than 10,100 times - the most rides ever on a weekday.
Customers will soon pay more at the pump in Maryland, thanks to a new gas tax. But even that won't raise enough money for one project.
Construction along Interstate 95, bridge work, more track work and several area university commencement ceremonies will delay travelers this weekend. That and more in your Weekend Wakeup.
At a public hearing before the Montgomery County Planning Board Thursday evening, more than 50 residents testified about bus-rapid transit.
2 main commercial runways to be closed during overnight hours this weekend
The District Department of Transportation has finished installing its fifth pedestrian High-Intensity Activated Crosswalk, or HAWK. The crosswalks "help pedestrians safely cross high traffic volume streets," according to DDOT.
Filming for the Captain America movie will close some D.C. streets Thursday and Friday.
Metro to shut a total of 5 stations on green and orange lines for weekend work
Hampton Roads area would see major highway projects under draft plan fattened by fresh revenue
Although the ultimate cause of the fire that badly damaged one of the transit agency's oldest model railcars and left hundreds of commuters stranded has not been determined, the transit agency released preliminary findings Wednesday.
The Virginia Department of Transportation has reached a deal to repay some motorists whose vehicles were damaged by potholes in Hampton Roads.
Contractor's lax inspection of speed cameras leads to $27,000 in refunds in Hagerstown, Md.