Animals on tracks are not exactly uncommon at the Washington Metro’s outdoor stations, but a deer that wandered into an indoor station gave morning commuters a shock.
Traffic has reopened on the southbound lanes of Interstate 95 in Prince George’s County after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle and killed on Monday night.
Metro wants a federal judge to intervene and stop a June 19 arbitration hearing, arguing it has sole discretion over hiring and firing.
With Maryland’s plans to add toll lanes to the entire length of the Capital Beltway within its borders, Virginia is now looking at possibly extending its existing Beltway toll lanes northward to the Maryland line.
You can now order a special SmarTrip card honoring the Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals.
Montgomery County police said the driver of a Toyota Camry that struck and dragged a pedestrian in Wheaton early Saturday morning was arrested on suspicion of a DUI.
Last month’s CSX derailment, which sent freight cars plunging off a bridge in Alexandria onto another track, appears to have been caused by heavy rains washing out the rocks supporting the track, a preliminary National Transportation Safety Board report suggests.
The D.C. area is once again getting hit with heavy rains and threats of flooding. A flash flood watch has been issued for parts of the area that extends until 5 a.m. Monday.
After severe rainfall and subsequent flooding led to Md. 198 East and West closures on June 4, the roads have now been repaired and are reopened to traffic.
The Capital Pride Parade is one of the biggest events of Pride Month with thousands of people expected to come to the D.C. area. That could mean some traffic headaches and concerning weather. Here’s what you need to know.
Metro significantly relaxed its policies on extended hours for the Washington Capitals’ run to the Stanley Cup Final, including extending service for Thursday night’s series win, WTOP has learned.
The Pride Parade will cause road closures in D.C. and there is track work scheduled on the Orange Line. Here’s what you need to know to get around town this weekend.
Problems with I-66 toll lane slowdowns at the height of the morning rush hour have the Virginia Department of Transportation wondering what it would take to get drivers to set their alarms even 30 minutes earlier each morning.
Metro will stay open late Thursday night for the tens of thousands of Washington Capitals fans planning to flood Capital One Arena and the surrounding area downtown to watch the team try to clinch the Stanley Cup.
For years, Metro had let MARC and VRE riders into the system for free when there were problems on the commuter rail lines, but there had never been any formal agreement to do so. Now, the free rides are scheduled to come to an end July 1.