WASHINGTON (AP) — District of Columbia transportation officials are asking nonprofits to apply for grant money to help them transport people with disabilities. The grant funds are given to the District by the U.S. Department…
FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — Commuter transportation is the focus of a meeting that U.S. Rep. John Delaney is holding with elected officials from Frederick and Montgomery counties. The agenda for Thursday’s discussion in Frederick includes…
Maryland voters approved a constitutional amendment on Tuesday to protect transportation money.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A D.C. Council committee will hold a second public hearing on a bill that would consolidate the city government’s management of transportation. Among other things, the bill from Democratic Councilmember Mary Cheh…
With every pothole, traffic jam or Metro delay, Washington-area commuters can see the impact of the diminishing value of federal transportation funding, and a number of local leaders want to come up with a long-term fix to turn things around.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Metro is running on a Saturday schedule for the Fourth of July holiday, but will add trains in the afternoon and evening to help accommodate crowds going to see the fireworks. Metro…
Both the Purple Line and CCT are in the works, but an 80-mile bus rapid transit network is still in the early stages.
Traffic in the D.C. area can cause headaches and some choice
words. But new research suggests people can change their mood by changing the way
The federal Highway Trust Fund is going broke and Virginia Transportation Secretary Aubrey Lane is urging Congress to pump it up.
AAA Mid-Atlantic looks back at the best and worst in transportation issues around D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
Virginia Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe has an easy road ahead of him
when it comes to transportation in the commonwealth, said Gov. Bob McDonnell, who
leaves the office in January.
A bill passed in 2012 doesn\’t give secondary road projects in Northern
Virginia any significant extra money until 2017.
Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the new parking garage at the Wiehle-Reston Metro station.
More drivers are opting to use the almost year-old 495 Express Lanes in Virginia but still far fewer vehicles are in the tolled lanes than planners had expected.
Ninety percent of all cabs operating within the District now accept credit cards.