Even in a city of more than 600,000 people, there are still places in the District of Columbia where few dare to travel. There are many curious corridors and bizarre byways buried deep within the nation\'s capital. Some of Washington\'s forgotten thoroughfares were doomed by politics, while others are said to be cursed by supernatural forces. These are Washington\'s ghost roads.
A native to the Washington area, Dave Dildine is no stranger to the region's complex traffic and weather patterns. Dave joined WTOP in 2010 when the station launched its very own in-house traffic service. You can hear him "on the 8s and when it breaks" from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays.