• Can area highways absorb Metro traffic? Tuesday offers true test

    Don’t ‘get lulled into a false sense of security’,’ says WTOP’s traffic director. Although the region survived Monday despite the significantly reduced Metro train service, Tuesday will be the real test. Workers will return from long weekends, teleworkers head to the office and Metro riders decide whether to stick with crowded, slow-moving trains or give driving a try.

  • Most millennials drive to work alone, hate D.C. traffic

    About 60 percent of Greater Washington millennials drive to work by themselves “always or often,” while just 19 percent never drive alone, according to new research.

  • Study: D.C. is one of the worst cities for drivers

    WASHINGTON — It may come as no surprise that the D.C. area is home to some of the worst traffic in the nation, but a new study is saying the District is one of the…