Sprawl & Crawl
The District of Columbia issued more than 700,000 speed camera tickets last fiscal year, netting the city about $78.8 million dollars -- a record high.
WTOP's Ari Ashe reports.
The Montgomery County Council wants regular updates on what it will take to fix the troubled Silver Spring Transit Center.
Monday marks the first day of construction for the D.C. Streetcar Project and traffic will be affected along H Street and Benning Road.
Maryland Transit Administration unveils new MV-1 vehicles to serve disabled riders, save money
Drivers will get a chance to use the Beltway Express Lanes for free this April 6 and April 7, a move the lanes' operating company hopes will allow drivers to become more familiar with the toll lane.
Metro plans to add surveillance cameras to its rail cars for the first time and is spending millions of dollars to triple the number of surveillance cameras monitoring its stations and parking garages.
Two of the five DC Circulator bus routes are beginning longer hours for the summer season.
It will soon cost more to take a bus in Alexandria.
Starting Monday, fines in the District will be dropping. Speed tickets, for example, will drop across the board between $8 and $50.
The speed limit change comes shortly after WTOP's Ari Ashe reported that nearly 7,000 speeding tickets have been issued since the ICC opened.
Metro's new mobile site replaces an outdated version that didn't account for touch- screen navigation.
It's a major commuting route from Maryland to D.C., but it's also one of the most accident-prone paths into the city.
Since the Intercounty Connector opened, nearly 7,000 speeding tickets have been issued, according to documents obtained by WTOP.
At a heated town hall on Wednesday night on the topic of bringing streetcars to Arlington, opponents came out with signs and interrupted answers from county board members.
The stations are going up, the tracks are in and Metro's new Silver Line might be completed before the end of 2013.
Two popular express bus routes connecting Reston to the Pentagon and Crystal City have been saved from the chopping block.
Wounded warriors traveling through security lines can expect an expedited screening, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
As the controlled deer hunt in Rock Creek Park begins Wednesday night, temporary nighttime road closures will go into effect to protect park visitors and neighbors.
Drivers can go a little faster on the Intercounty Connector starting March 29.