Beltway outer loop after MD-295/Baltimore-Washington Pkwy (#22), ON LEFT SIDE by the accident.
Beltway inner loop between I-66 (#49) and VA-7/Leesburg Pike (#47), ON LEFT SIDE by the accident.
MD-295/Baltimore-Washington Pkwy southbound before MD-197, PROCEED WITH CAUTION by the accident.
Veirs Mill Rd westbound after Connecticut Ave, 1 RIGHT LANE GETS BY by the water main break.
W DEER PARK RD both ways near 355, PROCEED WITH CAUTION by the accident reported.
3rd Street Tunnel northbound before D Street NW/U.S. Senate (#9), IN CENTER OF ROAD by the accident.
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.
The new Metro Board chairman says fares are high enough already; meanwhile, the post-blizzard free rides seem to be against policy.
The number of the most serious crimes in the Metrorail system and at Metrobus stops increased in 2015.
More people took advantage of free Metro rides after the ball dropped on New Year’s in 2016 than used the system last year when riders had to pay full fare.
It sounds like a wild idea — a Gondola which would carry area residents and tourists over the Potomac River, by the Key Bridge, to Georgetown from Rosslyn and back again — but it could soon become reality.