The D.C. area may have been spared of snow but areas south of Washington may not be in the clear, leading to the cancellation of some Amtrak service.
A man who admitted faking records to hide faulty Silver Line concrete panels was sentenced Friday to a year and a day in prison along with a significant financial penalty.
The speed limit along a notoriously dangerous stretch of River Road in Bethesda, Maryland, has been lowered from 45 mph to 35 mph.
The Memorial Bridge closure, part of the more than two years of major construction that began this fall, is needed to install additional support under the middle span of the bridge as crews begin to remove rusted rebar and steel.
The final days of Metro’s Yellow Line shutdown will slow riders this weekend, and there are also some service changes on the Red Line, as well as changes on the roads. Here’s what you need to know.
More track workers blamed for what Metro had called faked inspection reports are getting their jobs back, after an arbitrator found the reports were done as Metro had instructed.
Virginia is ready for whatever snow could come late Sunday into Monday, transportation officials said Wednesday, even though they hope the storm stays to the south of the state.
The D.C. Council voted 10-2 to decriminalize failing to pay the fare on Metrorail or buses and lowered the fine to $50 Tuesday night. Metro opposed the change.
The first focus of the newly formed executive leadership team on highway safety is distracted driving, but it expects to focus on additional areas like driver education, law enforcement and additional roadway design changes in the future.
Each man claimed to be working at one of the two agencies while he physically showed up to the other.
The Greenway and Loudoun County elected officials are nearing agreement on new distance-based pricing outside of rush hour in place of the current flat rate, the road’s owners said Tuesday.
The funeral procession for former President George H.W. Bush will close a number of roads across the Metropolitan area on Wednesday as the late president’s body is brought to the National Cathedral for services.
A new passenger vessel will be able to carry more people and travel four times faster than conventional ferries. And two new ferries that carry vehicles will be able to transport significantly more cars and people.
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.
A pedestrian was struck and killed Friday in Fairfax County, Virginia, on U.S. Route 1, which temporarily closed southbound lanes during the morning rush.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.