MWAA and the contractor building five new Silver Line stations say they found out about defective concrete panels in April 2017; in March 2016, a worker at the concrete company filed a suit claiming his employer told him to lie about the problem.
White’s Ferry is closed Wednesday because of high water on the Potomac. Some longtime ferry commuters are having to resort to Plan B.
Dramatic scenes unfolded Tuesday night as flash flooding led to multiple water rescues and caused a scary situation for a MARC train full of passengers in Frederick County.
A position paper from the Greater Washington Partnership calls for the toll lanes to be built into a complete regional network that could ease the traffic jams.
Brunswick Line service is suspended Wednesday due to damage to the train tracks between Brunswick and Germantown and between Monocacy and Point of Rocks on the Frederick Branch.
Virginia Transportation Secretary Shannon Valentine recently outlined plans to begin a study next month on putting tolls on Interstate 81.
Fairfax County and Fairfax City leaders are expressing significant concerns about an I-66 toll lane maintenance facility planned at the interchange with Route 123 that has not been part of previous public meetings about the project.
The District Department of Public Transportation said 58 of the 72 buses in the Circulator fleet are now equipped with free public Wi-Fi. There are Wi-Fi-equipped buses on all six of the D.C. Circulator routes.
A plan to significantly increase the number of Amtrak trains between Washington and Richmond, add to VRE commuter rail service, and allow for more freight traffic along the Interstate 95 corridor is moving forward.
Starting in 2019, it could cost more to take the Dulles Toll Road. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority will be briefed on a plan to increase the tolls on the road.
Severe weather barreled through the D.C. area Monday evening, bringing strong winds, flooding and hail.
Amtrak is spending $4 million to update interiors on all 20 Acela Express trains, including new cushions and covers for business class and first-class seats and new carpeting. The old material will be recycled, the company said.
Metro’s CEO Paul Wiedefeld announced that Metrorail will remain open for an additional hour for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals thanks to Exelon and Pepco.
While it didn’t seem like we had much of a spring in the Washington area, summer’s unofficial start — Memorial Day — looks like it’s going to see some serious rubber-meets-road action. Which means delays, delays and … more delays.
A minor collision led to a fatal crash on Columbia Pike in Silver Spring, Maryland, last Sunday. Capt. Paul Starks with Montgomery County police offers some tips to keep yourself safe following an accident.
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.