WASHINGTON – Metro is cracking down on fare-jumpers after increased violence toward its employees. Additional Metro Transit Police officers will be placed at popular rail stations and bus routes as the agency ramps up fare…
LAUREL, Md. – Elected officials from Montgomery and Prince George’s counties are worried the Hogan administrations plans to reduce the cost of the Purple Line would cut too deep. Montgomery and Prince George’s county council…
BALTIMORE, Md. — Maryland’s new transportation secretary says the cost of the Purple Line must come down, but he isn’t making any promises regarding the future of the proposed light rail line that would serve…
WASHINGTON — The dips aren’t dramatic, but the number of people riding public transportation systems in the D.C. metro area is predominantly down, bucking a national trend. The latest numbers from the American Public Transportation Association show more than…
WASHINGTON – With a new administration at the helm, the District Department of Transportation is taking a different approach to the oft-delayed streetcar line that outgoing Mayor Vincent Gray had hoped would be part of…
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.