Hundreds of road repairs and upgrades are happening far and wide across our region. Some projects are sprawling while others are more subtle. Find out you where you’ll see the roadwork and let us know about the ones that are holding up your commute.
Drivers who use Suitland Parkway or Interstate 295 to navigate through the District should get ready for a new traffic pattern set to take effect later this week. The changes signal the next phase of construction associated with the District’s biggest road project to date.
The northern section of the scenic byway, which opened in 1962, is showing its age, with this winter’s temperature swings causing an outbreak of potholes and road divots. While many workers will get a holiday weekend, essential crews will be on duty and doing their best to patch road damage.
A newly released police report shows that a D.C. firefighter behind the wheel of a fire truck that crashed into a car last March, killing its intoxicated driver, was traveling nearly 25 miles an hour over the speed limit.
Emergency repairs to a crumbling Capital Beltway bridge in Prince George’s County are expected to cause delays for southbound drivers early this weekend. The work starts around 9 p.m. Friday and can last up to noon on Saturday.
Take a look back at the remarkable weather that bellowed through the nation’s capital in 2018 through some amazing images.
On top of the daily traffic congestion and crashes, there are a dizzying array of reversible, restricted and controlled-access highways across the D.C. area. Here are the rules of the road and reversal times for the high-occupancy highways and reversible parkways across the region.
There are four separate projects in the works along Interstate and Route 295 that could cause traffic delays for months and years to come. Decades-old bridges will be rehabilitated and new connections will be constructed after the District committed to a multi-million dollar investment deal along the Anacostia River.
The first taste of winter is coming this weekend, with another shot of even colder air expected to reach the D.C. region by the middle of next week. So, is your vehicle ready for the elements?
Collisions with deer are mostly likely in November, according to experts, and the cost of repairing the damage from those crashes continues to rise. Here’s how to stay safe.
The National Weather Service is looking into the possibility that the storms produced a weak twister between the Potomac River and Charlotte Hall, Maryland.
The Yoshino cherry trees at the Tidal Basin are beginning to put on a colorful, autumn show, but there are no blossoms to be found. See photos of the fall foliage.
A weeklong traffic enforcement blitz is underway throughout D.C., prompted by concerns over a spike in traffic-related fatalities over 2017.
What stories do D.C.-area ghost roads tell? For decades, even centuries, the ghost bridges of Maryland and Virginia were spectators to history, war and death. Unearth the past of a ghost road on the outskirts of Frederick, Maryland. See photos.
Construction at Reagan National Airport is causing traffic delays in the area, and the ongoing work is expected to last for at least another week or two.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.