According to a recent study by the Texas A & M Transportation Institute, Washingtonians lead the country, spending a whopping 82 hours commuting annually. Here’s what else you could do with that chunk of time each year.
WASHINGTON — The population of D.C. balloons each workday as hundreds of thousands of commuters flow into the District from towns and cities across the region. A Census Bureau report that studies nationwide commuter habits…
WASHINGTON — Commuter Connections is a program that guarantees a ride home for commuters who don’t use their cars, but when a Maryland man needed it, it wasn’t there. Bruce McCubbin of Aberdeen, Maryland, commutes…
Transurban and VDOT are making a final push to get commuters ready for the launch of the 95 Express Lanes.
A new survey finds that many drivers are still not ready for the 95 Express Lanes to open next month.
A new commuter lot is set to open, offering more options for Virginia commuters.
A new report by the advocacy group U.S. PIRG shows the number of miles Americans drive have dropped since the middle of the last decade.
More Americans are sharing rides to work or taking
public transportation rather than driving alone,
according to new Census data.
While many Washingtonians have come to expect the
onslaught of heavy traffic, many
insist that delays are worse now than ever before.
Some people are commuting hundreds of miles to get to work, using more than one mode of transportation to get to the office. The global economy and the growing number ways to communicate have led to more \”super-commuters.\”