Metro announced plans for huge shutdowns and single-tracking to make the system safer, but other transit options may be in short supply.
Ahead of Bike to Work Day, the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board is looking at a bicycle project wish list.
If you get to D.C. via MARC or Amtrak trains, you might be setting the alarm a bit earlier starting Monday.
In about a month, more than 18,000 people will strap on a helmet and commute to and from work on two wheels.
These 50 areas have the highest percentages of workers over 16 years old who take public transportation, carpool, walk or bike to work. See where D.C., Baltimore and other area communities rank.
A construction project in Middleburg will slow down rush hour commuters, police there warn.
Metro’s “SelectPass” go on sale this week as part of a pilot program to gauge interest in the monthly passes, which Metro says will save regular commuters money,
Here is a quick look at what you need to know when it comes to traffic, transit and the forecast.
It’s no secret that it’s expensive to live in the D.C. area, but a Baltimore-based group wants more people to live there, while still commuting to the D.C.
The morning commute got off to a rough start in the predawn hours of Wednesday as a trio of accidents, all involving tractor-trailer trucks, has led to the closure of some major thoroughfares.
Monday’s commute proved challenging, if not impossible, for those Baltimore residents expected to show up for work.
As snow fell across the region during rush hour Wednesday, major roadways were at a standstill. Many frustrated commuters took to social media, and other mediums, to air their grievances.
WASHINGTON – Even President Barack Obama couldn’t escape the rough commute that greeted Washington commuters Wednesday evening when snowy conditions prevented him from returning to the White House via helicopter. It took the presidential motorcade…
WASHINGTON — Did you enjoy that extra hour of sleep on Sunday? You might need it for Monday’s commute. With the return to standard time, it will get darker sooner in the afternoon, which means the first afternoon…
WASHINGTON — D.C. is notorious for terrible traffic, but lots of people around the region get to work without a car, according to a new report. A new report by the U.S. Census Bureau finds…