Sprawl & Crawl
Police will be on-site to provide assistance.
D.C. Water officials promised that the sinkhole repairs along 14th Street Downtown are nearing completion and said the complicated work could cost $2 million.
A single speed camera has generated more than $8 million in tickets since October, The Washington Post reports.
Damage at the yawning sinkhole at 14th and F Streets NW is proving tougher to repair than previously estimated.
Despite Washingtonians' best-timed efforts to avoid traffic, crossing the Bay Bridge can be frustrating. Should there be a third span?
Memorial Day weekend events continue Monday and travelers will want to be aware of various holiday-themed events around town, including the Memorial Day Parade, which will close Constitution Avenue on Monday afternoon.
The map that defines the way many Washington-area residents think of their neighborhoods and commutes needs a new look.
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority will hold an open house and public hearing on how to best ease congestion for commuters.
DC to resurface street during sinkhole repairs; closures may continue through Monday
Virginia State Delegate Jim LeMunyon wants the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority to slow down.
Roseline Gorantla commutes from the Philadelphia suburbs to D.C. Her morning commute the day WTOP shadowed her: three hours, 42 minutes.
More than 30 million plan to hit the roads Memorial Day weekend.
Two southbound lanes of 14th Street NW have now reopened to traffic.
Prospects appear strong that the nation's capital will hire more ticket writers in the fall.
eat restrictions are in place for commuter trains heading into both Virginia and Maryland Wednesday afternoon.
Metro says it will be conducting track work on the red and orange lines over the Memorial Day holiday and closing a number of stations on both lines.
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.