A Metro employee was arrested during a business trip in Tennessee after arranging to meet who he thought was a 15-year-old for a sexual encounter.
As part of a proposal to raise fares next summer on the agency’s usual schedule, VRE disclosed that it has been giving larger discounts to many riders than its policies officially call for.
Limited Metro track work this weekend may make the rail system the best way around some weekend road closures. Here’s what you need to know.
Work that would temporarily shut down the Arlington Memorial Bridge this weekend has been pushed back again, this time due to high water on the Potomac.
Nearly 600,000 fewer citations were issued in the 2017 fiscal year compared with 2011 as more drivers use their smartphones not only to reserve and pay for parking but also to extend their parking time remotely.
On Tuesday, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority announced a request for proposals, seeking bids to operate and maintain the new stations, trains and facilities. A contract will be awarded in the spring.
In the meantime, the overall project is hanging on by a thread to the latest construction timeline, which already includes a number of delays over the last several years.
The first crash, involving four vehicles, killed a Manassas man and sent two other drivers to the hospital. A second accident hours later worsened eastbound traffic.
After severe flooding in parts of Maryland shuttered the MARC Camden Line Tuesday morning, limited service is set to resume in the afternoon. The Camden Line will run on an “R” schedule Tuesday afternoon.
Arlington Transit is letting passengers ride free Sept. 20 as a way to celebrate the transit agency’s 20th anniversary. ART operates 15 bus routes throughout the county.
A regionwide effort to get you out of your car this week includes incentives such as raffle prizes, giveaways and $3 off a $10 online order at District Taco.
Derailments and rail collisions are down overall, but WMATA’s customer and pedestrian injury rate rose, in part due to an increase in bus crashes. The most common injuries were tied to crashes, stress or assault, lifting or repetitive motions, and slips trips and falls.
Virginia’s Natural Bridge is used by about 2,000 drivers a day on U.S. 11, and after being loved by people from Thomas Jefferson to tourists today, it is stable enough to continue carrying traffic — for now.
Overall, Metro’s fiscal year 2018 performance report covering July 2017 through the end of June 2018 lists 82 smoke or fire incidents compared to 98 in the same period a year earlier.
The middle-aged rail cars Metro is phasing out due to poor performance have had potentially fraudulent parts installed on them for years, a report from the Office of Inspector General finds.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley ranks the Best Movies in Every Genre.