Sprawl & Crawl
As lawmakers in Annapolis debate a bill to fund projects like the Purple Line in Montgomery County, a plan for another mass transit option is also in the works.
The roads of the future might not be paved in asphalt, but in solar panels.
A new bus stop on Columbia Pike cost more than $1 million to build, according to a county spokeswoman.
Metro's top officials are thinking about ripping out the carpet in trains and replacing it with a speckled black hard surface.
Some people drive into work. Others take Metro, walk or bike. The decision on how to commute often depends on where you live and work.
The Fairfax Connector bus service will begin two new express routes Monday that use the 495 Express Lanes to provide service from southern Fairfax County to Tysons Corner.
More than 300 people turned out before the House Ways and Means Committee to discuss Gov. Martin O'Malley's plan to raise the gas tax and replenish the Transportation Trust Fund.
Travel by train, bus and car will be difficult in Washington this weekend as the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon and Half Marathon will block a number of streets throughout the city on Saturday.
Maryland's transit department and labor agency are teaming to find and train construction workers for the planned multibillion-dollar Red and Purple line projects.
The Washington metro area, known for its economic resiliency during the Great Recession, is beginning to slow down when it comes to population growth.
Commuters traveling the 25 miles from the Quantico Marine Corps Base to Fort Belvoir know how frustrating the stop-and-go trip along U.S. 1 can be. Prince William County officials say they hope state funding will be allocated for two major projects to improve traffic flow.
It's known by several names: U.S. 29, Colesville Road and Columbia Pike. It's also a road many people use to commute between D.C. and Baltimore to avoid the hassle of Interstate 95 or the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
New data out from the George Mason University Center for Regional Analysis and RealEstate Business Intelligence show February home prices and home sales high. In fact, sales this year were at their highest February level since 2007.
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In fiscal year 2012, D.C. issued 1.8 million parking tickets worth $92.5 million, according to records obtained by AAA Mid- Atlantic. Most of those tickets went to drivers who live outside of D.C.
Commuters found the commute in on Metro longer than usual Monday morning.
Metro officials plan this week to discuss weekend shutdowns of sections of the system's rail lines and their impact on riders.
Two Virginia congressmen have introduced legislation to study extending Metrorail to Centreville, Woodbridge and Potomac Mills.
After a 343 percent jump in red-light camera tickets in Rockville, the spike in tickets is coming back down.
Metro is no longer single tracking on the Red Line between the Friendship Heights and Van Ness stations.