Rep. Gerry Connolly invited Metro GM Paul Wiedefeld to ride the Orange Line from Vienna to Capitol South to get a look at the commuter experience.
A new report forecasts traffic changes for Northern Virginia commuters after the rules change for high-occupancy lanes on Interstate 66 take effect.
WASHINGTON — The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission announced it is making a necessary comprehensive water main repair on MD-355 near Cedar Lane, and it is set to begin this week. For this repair to take place, the…
TYSONS, Va. — Ask local commuters about transportation priorities, and almost 6 in 10 say they’d like to reduce trip times. And more than half say they’ll be interested in trying a driverless car when…
WASHINGTON — More relief could be coming soon for your wallet, if your commute takes you to the District. A new D.C. law set to go into effect Jan. 1 will require any business inside the…
WASHINGTON — D.C. area commuters who use Military Road may want to allow extra time or find an alternate route. Road repairs are expected to cause significant traffic delays, starting Monday at 7:30 a.m. The District Department of…
For the third year, Metro will suspend weekend track work during the Cherry Blossom Festival.
Virginia\’s Department of Transportation
hopes to open the left shoulder on a 1.5-mile stretch of the Inner Loop of the Capital Beltway during
both rush hours starting late next year.
Even when the government shutdown ends, federal workers may face obstacles in getting to work.
According to the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), a CSX freight train derailment that took place Sunday, July 28 at 10 a.m., just south of Camden Station near Bush Street, left all tracks blocked. This derailment will have an impact on the Camden and Brunswick lines for Monday\’s commuting schedule.
Several parts of the D.C. region have the highest percentages of commuters in the country, including one county at the very top of the list.
The FBI headquarters, currently at the Hoover Building in Downtown D.C., will soon be history. The building\’s condition is deteriorating and security concerns are forcing the Justice Department to look for a new location.