Driving drowsy is a huge problem around the holidays.
Could the recent high-profile Metro headaches be covering up gradual, un-celebrated improvements? Metro says yes.
Triple A forecasts slightly few Thanksgiving holiday travelers in Virginia, lower pump prices
A new travel forecast predicts a 1.1 percent drop in the number of Washingtonians expected to travel more than 50 miles for Thanksgiving, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.
Last year, 18 percent of pedestrian collisions in parking lots and garages caused severe injuries. And this holiday season, Montgomery County officials are reminding shoppers to be aware and slow down.
Transportation planners warn of a "devastating effect" following the implementation of new transportation allowances that hit Jan. 1 for federal employees.
A Virginia man racked up a more than $200,000 bill after he neglected to pay for commuting on the Dulles Tolls Road more than three years ago.
A public art project is breathing new life into a vacant federal building slated for demolition near the Washington Navy Yards.
Virginia's Department of Transportation hopes to open the left shoulder on a 1.5-mile stretch of the Inner Loop of the Capital Beltway during both rush hours starting late next year.
Montgomery County Council members questioned the cost and the ongoing construction problems that have held up the opening of the Silver Spring Transit Center during a briefing Tuesday on the long-delayed and over-budget facility.
Imagine being miles above traffic. In the D.C. region, driving something more like the DeLorean in "Back to the Future" would definitely improve rush hour. Now, a Massachusetts company is making the dream of flying cars a reality.
You may rush through Union Station on your way to the Metro or to the next train, but if you stop and take a moment, you may see why Travel + Leisure recently named the station one of the most beautiful in the world.
Amtrak had temporarily suspended service between Baltimore and Washington as a crane tows a disabled train from the Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel. Service has been restored.
Metro says riders of red, orange and blue lines may experience weekend delays
A Metro train struck at deer at the Addison Road station during the Monday morning rush hour, causing delays on the Blue Line.
Metro will issue more than 500 refunds to riders who complained about delays this past week on the Red Line.
After three major problems on the Metro's Red Line in just the last week led to rush hour delays, Metro's general manager Thursday apologized to riders and promised that service would improve.
This weekend marks one year since the 495 Express Lanes opened, but drivers still struggle with whether a consistently fast commute -- even during rush hour -- is worth the price.
A stretch of Canal Road in the District will be closed from Nov. 19 to 21 for midday shoulder and curb work.
Metro riders experienced yet another morning of delays Thursday.
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