An incident involving a person with “fatal injuries” occurred in the 2300 block of Tunlaw Road Northwest.
Arlington officials are circulating some new designs for the road, which include new bike lanes and other road improvements.
Have you ever sat in D.C. traffic on a hot day and seen a cyclist zooming past cars and thought, “That could be me?” Find out how you can.
Hagerstown police have released body camera video of an officer using pepper spray on a 15-year-old girl inside a police cruiser, after she was involved in a bike crash.
Thousands of triathletes took on the streets of D.C. by foot and by bicycle Sunday in the Nation’s Triathlon.
Montgomery County police say a “ghost bike,” which sat as a memorial for a U.S. Navy SEAL killed while riding his bicycle last year, has been stolen.
Ahead of Bike to Work Day, the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board is looking at a bicycle project wish list.
WASHINGTON — Bike riders and pedestrians will have to observe road closures along with cars, buses and trucks when the pope arrives in town next week. According to the District Department of Transportation, streets that are…
The Great Race went off on Tuesday to determine the fastest way to get from downtown Bethesda to downtown Silver Spring.
A Democratic candidate for Maryland\’s House of Delegates suspects a bike might beat a car and the Red Line from downtown Bethesda to downtown Silver Spring. So he\’ll put it to the test.
Some bicyclists are getting hit by cars and then getting tickets in the hospital.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — State transportation officials are encouraging students in Virginia to ride their bicycles to school. Schools, public health groups, parents and communities are organizing group rides and other activities Wednesday on International…
A D.C. man pleaded guilty in D.C. Superior Court to charges related to a 2011 bike crash on Rhode Island Avenue that was captured by the rider\’s helmet camera. But his plea includes a deferred sentencing agreement.
A recent accident where a dump truck backed over a
bicyclist\’s head raises questions about how the
D.C. area thinks of helmet use.
A popular beer maker is asking drivers to give up
their ride for a shiny new bike.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.