By the end of 2014, the number of pedestrian fatalities is on pace to meet or beat last year's 45 deaths in the D.C. metro area.
Metro is thinking forward when it comes to payment options, but old problems still plague public transportation.
Commonwealth Transportation Board to go on road in Virginia in September, October
A bus carrying commuters caught fire and briefly closed the Inner Loop of the Capital Beltway at Kenilworth Avenue Wednesday morning, causing delays throughout the morning commuting hours.
Metro is rolling out its plan to change the way we pay to use the system. Starting next month, some riders will be able to travel Metro's rails and busses without a SmartTrip card.
Two pedestrians were struck by vehicles in Montgomery County in separate incidents Tuesday morning.
Loy's Station Covered Bridge in Thurmont damaged, closed for repairs
Some Metro riders to wait longer for weekend trains, system will open early Sunday
A new report from the D.C. Inspector General finds that when drivers get a speed camera or parking ticket in the District of Columbia, they're presumed guilty until they can prove themselves innocent.
A truck got stuck under an overpass on Rock Creek Parkway Friday morning, causing the lanes to close during the morning commute.
DC Taxicab Commission tickets Uber drivers for accepting street hails; Uber denies accusations
Japan commits $5B to build high-speed train from Baltimore to Washington
When you park at a broken meter in the District of Columbia, what should you do? Can you report it broken and legally remain there? These questions confuse not only drivers but D.C. officials as well.
Emergency paving work on Connecticut Avenue in Chevy Chase is almost complete with some finishing touches on the project still needed.
On Monday, we honor the nation's working men and women. And Labor Day brings changes to the daily commute and the regular errands.
Road-weary drivers have only a few months left of lane closures and construction delays related to project to widen a portion of the Prince William County Parkway in Woodbridge, Virginia.
Metro Transit Police chief urges officers to remain vigilant, but reports no current threat
While most people applauded the opening of the Silver Line during the July launch, a group of bus riders and carpoolers believes the new service is making their commutes harder.
As road crews work around the clock to repave a stretch of Connecticut Avenue in Chevy Chase, area businesses are feeling the pain of the gridlock created by lane closures.
After a nightmarish morning commute on Connecticut Avenue, the Maryland State Highway Administration suggests commuters find alternative routes for the rest of the week.
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