I-95 Express Lanes to open in December, ahead of schedule, in northern Va.
Metro says it's found a solution to its leaking tunnel problem in Bethesda that won't require the long-term Red Line shutdown some had feared.
As his tenure comes to a close, Metro General Manager Richard Sarles made one last push for Metro Momentum to key lawmakers and other decision makers.
Hundreds of cabs flooded Pennsylvania Avenue late Wednesday morning, blocking streets and blaring their horns, to demand that the D.C. Council create an even playing field for transportation businesses.
D.C. taxi drivers on Wednesday plan to hit the streets -- but instead of picking up riders, they are in protest.
The Virginia Department of Transportation says it will pursue High-Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lanes as the way to solve congestion from the Capital Beltway to U.S. 15.
A water main break may cause delays for drivers in Prince George's County Tuesday morning.
No one looks forward to a trip on Interstate 66. Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe has vowed to sort things out outside the Beltway. Now the Virginia Department of Transportation is taking extraordinary measures to relieve the maddening pressure on I-66 inside the Beltway during rush hours.
Metro begins replacement of Bethesda escalators, second longest in Western Hemisphere
Bill that would consolidate DC transportation management to get second hearing
Between the Nats game, the Jewish holiday and the usual Friday-afternoon jam, be ready for delays on the roads -- and on Metro too.
At a recent meeting of two council committees, the obstacles to getting around on area sidewalks generated strong feelings.
Red sports car have long been thought to incur the most traffic tickets, but a new study reveals which vehicles get the most traffic tickets.
With every pothole, traffic jam or Metro delay, Washington-area commuters can see the impact of the diminishing value of federal transportation funding, and a number of local leaders want to come up with a long-term fix to turn things around.
Metro says trains on the orange and red lines will be affected by weekend work.
In advance of a $5 million overhaul slated to be complete in summer 2016, Arlington County and the Virginia Department of Transportation changed the timing of the traffic lights and walk signals at Lee Highway and N. Lynn Street.
The Bethesda Purple Line station design once described as cramped and a potential eyesore suddenly isn't all that bad, according to state transit officials.
The removal of bicycle lockers and newspaper boxes at the Bethesda Metro station is to make way for the escalator replacement project that could start next week.
For the third time in less than two years, the City of Laurel is taking another measure to prevent drivers from getting speed or red- light camera tickets.
The simulated service is a milestone, considering there have been numerous delays in getting the streetcars rolling.
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