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So you'll have some decisions to make next time you take the road.
Federal government awards $2.8 million grant to study replacing rail bridge over Potomac
Hate your morning commute already? It's not likely to improve and conditions could worsen as millions move to the area.
The Nationals are in discussions with Metro. D.C. council member Tommy Wells insists a deal will get done.
Although Metropolitan Police Department officers write less than five percent of all parking tickets, a majority of them are handwritten and prone to higher error rates.
Downed wires caused delays for MARC Train service Tuesday morning, and service was restored Wednesday afternoon.
Road tests have begun on new electronic tolling equipment along the future 95 Express Lanes in Northern Virginia.
Drivers in D.C. are not necessarily known for their patience, but the results of one survey show drivers in the District are second-rudest in the country.
If you find a great parking space in front of a broken parking meter, can you park there? The answer is complicated.
To save a few minutes off on their commute through Virginia, many travelers pay to use the 495 Express Lanes. Now, commuters can get a free week of rides in the fast lanes.
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.
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