Unlike in previous years, Tuesday, not Wednesday, is expected to be the worst traffic day this Thanksgiving season. Here’s what you can expect.
The agreement with MV Transportation will provide “hundreds” of wheelchair-accessible vehicles in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Chicago and Toronto, Uber said.
From next Monday through the end of the day Dec. 9, crews will shut down the Yellow Line bridge over the Potomac River to rebuild the concrete pads and other track support infrastructure. But before that, here’s what public transit will look like during Thanksgiving.
Alexandria leaders reject the notion that Amazon’s move to Northern Virginia will tangle up traffic. “We are focusing on ways to keep people moving in lots of different ways to get people around and we know we’re going to be able to do that,” said Alexandria Director of Transportation and Environmental Services Yon Lambert.
Toll lanes around the Capital Beltway and I-270 in Maryland could be built in several separate phases and even operated by different companies under the latest plans released to industry insiders.
Amtrak ended its 2018 fiscal year with its highest operating earnings and revenue on record, even as disruptions kept a lid on the number of passengers.
Dozens took to the streets Sunday afternoon to honor and call attention to the people whose lives have been lost or otherwise turned upside down in pedestrian or cycling crashes.
Mount Vernon Square will be the place D.C. travelers will one day pick up a Maglev train that could take them to Baltimore in about 15 minutes.
While regional leaders are excited over Amazon bringing a new set of offices to the D.C. area, it does not mean workers will start swarming Crystal City and Pentagon City tomorrow.
D.C. is doing something different this season when it comes to snow removal: There’s a new “non-motorized trail” work detail specifically assigned to clearing bike paths, bridge deck sidewalks and ramps compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act at intersections.
Bicyclists in the D.C. area can face a lot of dangers and hassles, but a new web service aims to show riders how to get around more safely and easily by plotting their trip on a map that shows bike paths and lanes.
Icy roads caused a plethora of traffic troubles throughout the D.C. area Friday morning, but relief is in sight. The Chain Bridge, which was mostly a sheet of ice earlier, has now reopened; other roads are beginning to clear up as well.
Even as Metro tries to compete with ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft, the transit system hopes to finalize agreements in coming months for late-night transportation services with the companies.
Metro hopes to lure back riders next year with discounted and expanded unlimited-ride passes as a way to head off long-term forecasts of limited rider revenue growth.
D.C.’s first snowfall has created conditions that are cold, wet and dangerous for many commuters. It isn’t just snow either. There’s also sleet and freezing rain to contend with. See photos.
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