WASHINGTON — Oh boy. Get ready for some cold air. Mother Nature certainly reminded us Tuesday morning that winter is not over yet, even after our 68 degree temperature in D.C. on Sunday. For the…
WASHINGTON — The Virginia Department of Transportation is moving forward with a plan to add toll lanes along Interstate 66, both inside and outside of the Capital Beltway, during the next seven years. Renee Hamilton,…
WASHINGTON — The L’Efant Plaza Metro station has been evacuated and is temporarily closed due to smoke in the station. Delays are significant. Metro Transit Police and fire department personnel are on scene trying to…
WASHINGTON – Two cracked rails on separate Metro lines led to delays, confusion and frustration during the heart of the Thursday morning commute. With the coldest temperatures of the season, rails cracked at East Falls…
WTOP Traffic’s Dave Dildine recaps a few of the worst rush hours in 2014. Each featured major incidents and extreme, widespread delays that affected tens of thousands of motorists.
In 2015, the D.C. Department of Transportation will begin a pilot program to fluctuate parking rates in real-time based on demand for street parking in Chinatown and Penn Quarter.
For those lucky souls who have to work on Columbus Day, commuting in and out of the city may be a bit different Monday, depending on the route.
D.C.-area workers are spending less time commuting than they were two years ago, according to the latest WTOP Beltway Poll.
With fewer apartments building parking garages, one company hopes to ease commutes and expand options with its multi-modal transit displays.
The D.C. area is home to some of the longest commute times in the
country, and new research is showing more time commuting back-and-forth to work
can have serious and lasting impacts on your mental and physical health.
So these flurries Tuesday Feb. 25 really got the better of me,
The Washington region has gone to pot(holes).
A new flyover bridge on Interstate 695 was quietly unveiled by the
District Department of Transportation Friday in Southeast D.C.
A lengthy commute can be par for the course in the D.C. area, but a new study is finding daily gridlock is taking its toll on women more than men.
Most people wouldn\’t take a baby or small child on a drive without a proper car seat. But what about the driver\’s seat?