Beltway inner loop near I-66 (#49), ON RIGHT SIDE by the vehicle fire.
US-50 both ways on Chesapeake Bay Bridge, WIND WARNINGS IN EFFECT by the hazardous weather.
US-301 both ways on Governor Harry Nice Bridge, WIND WARNINGS IN EFFECT by the hazardous weather.
US-301 southbound near MD-197/Collington Rd, PROCEED WITH CAUTION by the accident.
Veirs Mill Rd westbound after Connecticut Ave, 1 RIGHT LANE GETS BY by the water main break.
I-95 southbound near Lorton (#163), 1 RIGHT LANE BLOCKED by the vehicle fire.
I-95 southbound before Dale City (#156), ON RIGHT SIDE by the accident.
I-395 Express Lanes both ways between Edsall Rd and Southeast/Southwest Freeway, ALL LANES BLOCKED by the work zone.
Massachusetts Ave both ways between 2nd St NW and 6th St NW, ALL LANES BLOCKED by the work zone.
A bill approved by the state senate would change the law so a reckless driving charge automatically applies to all drivers clocked going faster than 85 mph on any Virginia road, instead of the existing 80 mph limit.
WMATA still cannot always meet its goal of 954 available railcars needed each day to run full scheduled service, although Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld says that on many days where Metro does not meet the goal it is “close,” falling just a few trains short.
Metro Transit Police officers will get high visibility vests and make other changes to help riders feel safer following a recent string of high-profile assaults.
Under his leadership, Metro introduced new rail cars and launched the Silver Line, according to an internal memo.
A communication breakdown is being blamed for last week’s red-signal run by a Metro train that caused one train to stop less than 200 feet from another train carrying passengers.
Changes to plans for tolls and a new eastbound lane inside the Capital Beltway on Interstate 66 are set to be announced Wednesday morning
Metro says weekend work on the rail system will impact all six lines.
A bill in the Virginia Senate that aims to block the collection of tolls on Interstate 66 inside the Capital Beltway, unless the road is widened, did not get the support of the subcommittee.
Virginia’s House Transportation Committee is dealing with many bills related to rules or bans on new tolls, including for Interstate 66 inside the Beltway.
The bill would direct VDOT to work with regional planning groups to study improvements south of the Express Lanes toward Fredericksburg.
Negotiations in Richmond over plans to toll rush-hour solo drivers on Interstate 66 inside the Capital Beltway could lead to construction of a new eastbound lane soon rather than later.
The D.C. Department of Transportation will soon add a lane that only buses will be allowed to use during the morning and afternoon rush hours.
A bill moving throughout the Virginia General Assembly could force out-of-state toll scofflaws to pay up.
The work on Metro lines will begin Friday night and continue through Sunday.
The project that will eventually create three new city blocks over Interstate 395 in the District will cause months of traffic changes in the overnight hours.