As Maryland looks for ways to tackle congestion on Interstate 270 and the Capital Beltway, a proposed bill aims to straighten out plans to expand the often-gridlocked roadways.
How can transportation from Richmond, Virginia, to Baltimore, Maryland, be improved? A business-backed “Blueprint for Regional Mobility” released Monday is offering solutions for the region.
“Drivers consistently face delays and congestion when navigating the current, narrow, two-lane roadway through this historic Maryland town. Fortunately, that’s all about to change,” said Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan.
One promise of ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft was fewer cars clogging city streets. But studies suggest the opposite.
Most major roads in Northern Virginia are congested during the morning rush hour, with more than a third of the lane-miles over capacity, the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission says in a report. Find out which types of roads are the worst.
Gov. Larry Hogan officially announced a plan Monday to help ease congestion on I-270 in Montgomery County.
A big extension of the 95 Express Lanes and plans for new train tracks were among Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s announcements this week after Virginia was awarded a $165 million federal grant to help address congestion on I-95.
Maryland’s interstate highways rank among the most congested and the most heavily traveled in the country, according to a new report.
So where are Maryland’s 30 worst bottlenecks? Does your commute run through one of them?
People in the area believe transportation is the greatest challenge facing the region, a new poll finds — and they think things are getting worse.
One idea under consideration would establish a bus rapid transit line between the Spring Hill Metro Station in Tysons and the Mark Center in Alexandria. It would connect to the East Falls Church Metro Station and pass through Seven Corners.
In traffic-choked northern Virginia, Fairfax County continues to explore ways to lure people from their cars and onto public transportation.
WTOP counts back through the year’s worst traffic jams.
WASHINGTON — Drivers sitting in Washington-area traffic at least have some bragging rights: The nation’s capital comes in at number two on NerdWallet’s “Worst Cities for Car Drivers” list. D.C. just missed the top mark awarded…
A report released Tuesday finds that the federal government is to blame for congested commutes by offering too many incentives to drive and too few to use mass transit.
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.