Two people, including a juvenile, have been arrested and charged with assault after a blind man with a service dog was pushed and threatened aboard a Red Line train earlier this week.
The National Christmas Tree Lighting is happening on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m., and the attendant road closures will likely make for a mess for those leaving or driving through the District.
One person is dead and at least three others are injured following a Tuesday morning crash in Frederick County, Maryland. The crash closed all lanes of westbound Interstate 70 before Md. 17/Exit 42. in Myersville.
Police said nine drivers, two passengers and a motorcyclist were killed on state roads during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
D.C. is set to see a surge in dockless scooters and bike-share bicycles after a dozen companies applied for the city’s new permits. The number of applicants by last week’s deadline surprised even the District Department of Transportation.
As the blind man boarded a Red Line train toward Shady Grove at the Rhode Island Avenue Metro station around 7:50 a.m. Monday, he apparently bumped into another passenger, Metro Transit police said. One of the suspects then pushed the man just as the train left the station, and began to verbally threaten him.
How can transportation from Richmond, Virginia, to Baltimore, Maryland, be improved? A business-backed “Blueprint for Regional Mobility” released Monday is offering solutions for the region.
The D.C. Metro will close at 2 a.m. again this year New Year’s Eve to ring in 2019. That is 2.5 hours later than the current Monday night into Tuesday morning schedule.
Southbound travel on Interstate 95 was stalled for almost an hour on Monday morning, as officials responded to a burning RV in Woodbridge, Va. See video.
Despite the fact that Metro has shut down the Yellow Line for two weeks to repair the rails on the bridge over the Potomac River, D.C.-area commuters are managing the morning rush just fine — provided they remembered the shutdown was even happening.
A chemical leak caused authorities to shut down the heavily-used Delaware Memorial Bridge in both directions on Sunday night.
A record-breaking number of people were predicted to be traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday this year, and drivers around Reagan National were critical of the airport’s effort to manage departure traffic at the end of the holiday weekend.
Within a few years, people flying in and out of Dulles International Airport could be taking the train there and back.
A siren will go off in Bethesda this week, followed by likely muffled explosive blasting needed for Purple Line construction.
The most dangerous mistake a person can make is to stand near their car as they await help, according to John Townsend with AAA Mid-Atlantic.
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.