The Traffic Incident Management Enhancement Task Force outlined several action plans that local leaders can begin acting upon right way.
By 2045 the D.C. region will see an additional 990,000 new jobs. But unless there’s a push to build new housing, the employees coming to fill those jobs will struggle to find a place to live.
Virginia leaders say they would have liked more communication with Metro ahead of its announcement earlier this week that it plans to shut down 20 stations over the next three years
The number of people living on the streets, under bridges, in parks and in shelters in the D.C. region ebbed last year. But the number of homeless veterans saw a slight uptick.
The air is cleaner in the D.C. area than it has been in 20 years, according to a Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments evaluation of summer 2017 air quality, but still there is work to do to help improve air quality in the region and nationwide.
The $58.8 million TIGER grant made it possible to upgrade bus stops with real time arrival information and made trips faster with traffic signals giving buses priority.
The air quality forecast for Thursday is right on the tipping point between yellow and orange — between “moderate” and “unhealthy for sensitive groups.” Here are some ways you can make a difference.
WASHINGTON — The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments is calling on Metro to brief lawmakers throughout the region about the policies and procedures in place to respond in emergencies like Monday. Montgomery County Councilman Roger…
A Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments study finds that more commuters will carpool to work because traffic is projected to increase 70 percent by 2040. But transportation officials argue a more robust Metro system could help mitigate the traffic.
A county bus depot in Silver Spring has been rattling nearby homes and emanating a perpetual rumbling sound, raising questions from residents about whether it is necessary.
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments voted Wednesday on a plant aimed at improving Verizon\’s delivery of 911 emergency phone service and prevent future outages like Northern Virginia experienced during last summer\’s Derecho.
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments report paints a grim picture for the region\’s economy if automatic, across-the-board cuts to the federal budget take effect in January. COG says better urban planning and promoting the region\’s diverse economy will will help offset the potential loss of jobs.
While the Potomac River\’s water supply remains
robust, residents just outside of the metro area
could see water restrictions.
A new report says the easiest way to raise more money to fix crumbling roads and bridges and aging transit systems is to make drivers pay at the pump.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.