WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation’s capital is about to get a new, tourist-friendly bus route. District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser will join federal officials on Friday for the ceremonial opening of the new D.C.…
WASHINGTON — No one was injured when a tree fell on a Metrobus in D.C. Monday evening. Metro Transit Police said a tree fell on a bus near the intersection of 15th and K streets…
WASHINGTON (AP) — The District of Columbia’s Circulator buses are extending service hours. Beginning Monday, the Department of Transportation says the Circulator will run two extra hours on weeknights and add Saturday service to two…
WASHINGTON (AP) — Metro has begun installing real-time displays showing bus arrival times at four bus stops before a wider rollout next year. The displays show how many minutes until buses arrive. The system uses…
The Niagara University women\’s basketball team, including a player who grew up in Fairfax County, finally got off the bus.
Ridership on Metro\’s Silver Line is steadily picking up, and so
is ridership on Fairfax Connector buses that serve Metro\’s newest rail line.
A 41-year-old Alexandria, Virginia woman is dead after she was
struck by a Fairfax Connector bus
outside of the Huntington Metro Station Thursday night.
The bus adorned with the Maryland state flag promising pitch opportunities for local startups will stop by Bethesda\’s UberOffices on Oct. 1.
A woman is dead after being struck by a bus and getting pinned beneath it, Prince George\’s County police say.
A new rapid busway is set to open next month that will give Arlington and Alexander commuters an alternate to driving U.S. Route 1. Meanwhile Arlington continues to defends its planned Columbia Pike streetcar line.
CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg says think outside of the box when it comes to destination and means of transportation.
What you pay to ride Metro could go up July 1, 2014.
Buses may start using the shoulders of Interstate 66 next fall as part of a one-year pilot program to ease congestion.
Riding the bus will be cheaper in parts of the Washington, D.C. region and area transit agencies hope service will become more reliable. The changes start Sunday, June 30.
When a popular app that predicted Metro\’s train
and bus times mysteriously stopped working in
December, many D.C. area commuters were left in
the dark — and out in the cold — at bus stops.