The bright blue buses will run
weekdays, weekends and late at night between the Braddock Road Metro station in Alexandria
and the Crystal City Metro stop in Arlington.
Virginia congressmen say they have secured a critical piece of funding that will pave the way for construction to begin on the final phase of the Dulles Rail project.
Metro riders will pay more to ride trains and buses in July, and board members are deciding just how much.
Lane closures along two Virginia interstates and Yellow Line closures will delay the flow of vehicle and transit traffic across the Potomac.
Your guide to what\’s open and closed in the District, Virginia and Maryland on Veterans Day.
Area public transportation services are making a few changes to their schedules.
As construction crews wind down their work on the first streetcar network since the 1960s, motorists and residents near Benning Road NE in D.C. will deal with more gridlock in the months to come.
The Alexandria City Council Planning Committee approved a new bus service to speed up transit for parts of Northern Virginia.
Emergency intercoms on Metro trains that don\’t work. The problem was detected on some trains months ago and the problems were amplified this week after a fight near the Woodley Park Station when some passengers said they couldn\’t contact the train operator. Now Metro says it has a solution.
Wednesday was the busiest ridership day for Metrorail since 2010, topping even January\’s inauguration ridership, and the fourth busiest day in transit system\’s 37-year history.
Montgomery County has ordered its contractor to begin repairing major structural problems at the unfinished Silver Spring Transit Center and expects design work to fix other problems at the transit hub to begin soon.
Metro is investigating what when wrong during a two-hour service outage during the Wednesday evening commute.
Fairfax County launched a new express bus service Saturday. The limited-stop route will take commuters from Burke to Tysons Corner along the new 495 Express Lanes.
Metro hopes to ease traffic and commuter headaches for the upcoming Jan. 21 presidential inauguration and has updated its ceremony day plans to address long waits and gridlock that plagued its train stations four years ago.
The odd hours that Metro\’s overnight bus and train operators and maintenance workers keep is contributing to their fatigue. And those fatigued workers are more likely to make mistakes that cause accidents.