Sprawl & Crawl
With $68 million in federal grants the Montgomery County Department of Transportation hopes the plan will improve pedestrian access among the National Institutes of Health, Metro and the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Maryland has identified the victim of the June 8 fatal crash as Tiara Nichelle Jackson, 22, of Clinton, Md.
Arlington may lower the speed limit in parts of its busy downtown sections.
Metro officials say they're investigating reports of problems with the emergency call system on a Red Line train after a fight broke out.
Metro: weekend work will impact the red and orange lines; 3 other lines have no work scheduled
What may seem like a nuisance to you might be a part of an efficient larger pattern.
Metro will halt track work and add extra trains to handle the estimated 500,000 riders this July 4.
Creditors are taking over operations of a state-owned toll road outside Richmond that is run by the same company that runs the 495 Express Lanes, though a representative of the company denies that there are any problems regarding the Beltway lanes.
If it seems as though there are a lot more motorcycles and scooters on the road Monday, there's a reason. It's "Motorcycle and Scooter Ride to Work Day."
As construction is set to wrap up this fall on Phase 1 of the Silver Line, work will begin next month on Phase 2, extending Metro into Loudoun County.
Nearly four years after a deadly Metro crash, the agency is still uncertain when it will switch back from manual to automatic train control.
Weather-related construction delays will push back the opening of the first segment of Metro's new Silver Line by at least a month.
WMATA has determined the cause of a fire on a Red Line train in May.
Metro train operators have run red signals five times in the last three months, officials say.
Voice-operated texting, emailing more dangerous for drivers than simply talking on cellphone
With 11 pedestrians killed in Montgomery County this year -- more than in all of 2012 combined -- some pedestrian advocates are saying transportation officials and police are not doing enough for them.
AAA Mid-Atlantic predicts nearly 115,000 motorists in Virginia will need help with vehicle breakdowns this summer.
One of America's oldest highways and a primary commuter route in Northern Virginia could get a major face-lift.
3 red line stations to close for weekend work, longer waits for trains on other lines expected
Forum scheduled to discuss Red Line transit project in Baltimore