Metro’s General Manager Paul Wiedefeld said the agency has no plans to significantly increase service at any point in the near future despite its metrics showing about 90 percent of rush-hour riders arrive on time.
D.C. police are asking for the public’s help in finding the person responsible for vandalizing 11 traffic cameras in Southeast and Northeast D.C. on Feb. 20.
There have been similar complaints along the Green Line in D.C.’s Petworth area since 2016. The results of a study there are expected soon.
Prince George’s County police identified the officer who was shot and killed on Wednesday as Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin. Police said Ramzziddin was off-duty but was killed “while stepping in to protect a woman in a domestic situation.”
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A new analysis also found that the average daily toll paid in January was $12.37, Virginia transportation officials said Tuesday.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s transportation transition team said that Virginia needs another crossing between the Chain Bridge and Point of Rocks, but getting Maryland to agree to a new bridge across the Potomac River could be difficult.
Four people, including one child, were taken to the hospital after a two-car crash on Georgia Avenue near Wheaton in Montgomery County.
A 2018 MTA report says 17 of the Metro’s turns were found in a November 2016 geometric evaluation to be “deteriorated to the point where no train movement is allowed.”
Attempts to overhaul tolls on Interstate 66 inside the Beltway are among the transportation changes approved by the General Assembly’s budget committees.
About 1.4 miles of Route 28 — from the Prince William Parkway interchange to Linton Hall Road — will be widened from four lanes to six.
The board is due to approve up to $950,000 to study how the widening of Route 7 between the Beltway and Route 123 will be implemented and how dedicated bus lanes and improved stops will be integrated in the area.
Anthony Willie and another VDOT supervisor took cash bribes in exchange for about $11 million in snow removal contracts and other benefits, court documents show.
Metro is no longer single-tracking on the Green Line following earlier track repairs a brief shutdown between U Street and Fort Totten.