The company that produced faulty concrete panels for stations on the extension of Metro’s Silver Line has settled a lawsuit accusing them of falsifying test records.
The 17th Street sinkhole has been complicating downtown travel since it dropped in last week — back before the partial government shutdown ended. Now, it’s serving as yet another obstacle for federal workers who just want to get back to work.
The Maryland Department of Transportation announced Sunday that the free rides would continue through the end of service on Friday for federal employees who show their work ID.
All rides on the D.C. Circulator will be free through Feb. 28 starting Monday, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Friday.
A pedestrian was killed on Saturday morning attempting to cross a road in the Wheaton-Glenmont area of Montgomery County.
Doctors and crew members performed CPR on Emile Griffith when he suddenly fell ill Thursday night, local media reported. But Griffith, a 31-year veteran of the airline, did not survive.
The two reports by Metro’s Office of Inspector General have led Metro to promise improvements to procedures to prevent improper payments that could add up to thousands of dollars for certain retiring employees or millions of dollars to contractors who do not have proper documentation.
Crews in the District are digging into a busy roadway and shoring up the area around a large hole that opened up on 17th Street, Northwest, about a block from the White House.
The world’s busiest airport is experiencing long wait times to get through security just nine days before it expects 150,000 out-of-town visitors for the Super Bowl — and the second-longest wait time belongs to a local airport.
Alexandria leaders are considering a series of additional mitigation measures, including increasing HOV lane requirements and creating new slugging locations in the city to help offset Blue and Yellow line closures this summer.
Distracted driving has been a problem for years, but the cause of the distraction has changed dramatically — and resulted in hundreds of crash deaths.
D.C.-area buses are going 9 percent more slowly and are carrying fewer riders than just a few years ago. Now, the outlines of a major overhaul are expected by April.
Metro plans to allow federal workers to ride free starting Monday, Metro Board Chairman Jack Evans said, with a formal vote scheduled for an emergency meeting Friday afternoon.
Yossi and Jennie Adler, along with their 1-year-old daughter, said they were forced off a flight from Miami to Detroit on Wednesday because passengers said they smelled bad.
Howard County says it has filed a petition against the Federal Aviation Administration, opposing its approved plan to expand Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport over neighbor’s noise concerns.
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.