Drivers might see more cyclists than usual on the road on Friday as commuters participate in the D.C. area’s annual Bike to Work Day. Participants will have bicycle convoys and pit stops to make the trip easier and more fun.
With New York City recently approving a downtown congestion pricing measure, the D.C. Council is looking into what could work for the District to reduce traffic.
Compare a 40-hour workweek to how much time people waste in traffic in the D.C. area and you’d be sitting around for nearly a month, according to number crunching by INRIX, Inc. that ranks the region’s congestion as second worst in the nation.
The wind chill advisory from 9 p.m. Wednesday to 10 a.m. Thursday follows a snow squall and and “flash freeze” that complicated a wintry Wednesday afternoon around the D.C. area.
In the spirit of the new year, do something good for you and your wallet. You’d be surprised by where most of your money goes or how simple, easy tips can help you stock up a savings. These five tips are every day ways to cut down on the amount you spend weekly, monthly and yearly on food, entertainment and travel.
The D.C. area endures the second-longest average commute every day. It takes drivers an average of 32.2 minutes on a one-way commute to get to and from work.
With a new surge of round-the-clock Metro track work starting Monday, the next three weeks could lead to more traffic on major roadways unless many commuters find other ways around.
Permanent travel changes could leave their mark on the D.C. region after Metro’s 24/7 track work is done, as the region looks to translate lessons learned in the early work zones into actions.
Development planners in Arlington and D.C. have an idea to use gondola cars on high wires to combat the traffic congestion on the Key Bridge, and a study is underway to see whether the plan could work.
Here’s a rundown of transportation changes and options to help you get around on Independence Day.
Snow headed to the D.C. metro area could make for a tricky Tuesday morning commute.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.