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Streetcar moving to H Street for testing ahead of 2014 start of service
At the same time drivers sit in the bumper-to-bumper traffic that plagues weekday commutes on I-66, an in-depth discussion is going on in regards to long-term solutions to solve the congestion woes along one the busiest highways in our region.
VRE holding annual 'Toys for Tots' drive, commuters encouraged to bring gift to donate
A speed camera on Germantown Road in Darnestown is legal, but a speed limit sign next to it is causing confusion.
What are those trucks spraying on the road?
Metro: 1 green line station to close for weekend work, longer waits on some other lines
An instructor of the Michelin Winter Driving Academy has tips to safely navigate the worst winter weather conditions.
Some drivers like speed cameras. Other drivers hate them. For police, it's about keeping the public trust.
Interstate 81 closed for 3 hours after chain-reaction crash involving more than 20 vehicles
Md. drivers advised to stay off roads with ice possible after snow cleared
Metro cancels weekend track work to prepare for winter weather
Starting today, the Penn Line will offer nine round trips form Baltimore to Union Station in D.C on Saturdays and six on Sundays.
With snow and later ice predicted to fall over the D.C. region Sunday, emergency responders urge drivers to remember some basic winter weather rules.
MARC trains are working for the weekend.
Downtown commuters should expect extra congestion Friday afternoon as the annual National Christmas Tree Lighting will close several roads around the White House.
The only parking garage set to open in conjunction with the Silver Line is at the Wiehle-Reston East station, and drivers can begin reserving spots now.
Inbound and outbound lanes of the Key Bridge have reopened.
There's much to consider as Metro proposes rate hikes.
VDOT chief calls for speedup of E-ZPass marketing campaign before tunnel tolls begin Feb. 1
A retired Air Force veteran who has fought an erroneous parking ticket for more than a year now wants D.C. prosecutors to charge the ticket writer and the Department of Motor Vehicles.