A sign coming off of its post above the Southeast Freeway caused delays Tuesday as commuters snapped photos and transportation crews responded to the scene.
The pilot program will now run through August, according to the District Department of Transportation. Seven private companies are operating in D.C. as part of the program.
First, it was red light and speed camera tickets, now drivers in the District could soon see automated enforcement of bus lanes.
New technology enables certain cars to communicate with the District’s traffic signal network, in an effort to smooth commutes and reduce aggressive driving.
Waybots has “soft-launched” in the District with scooters, and is governed by the same terms and conditions as other dockless bike companies operating in D.C.
According to a District Department of Transportation analysis, D.C.’s single most-dangerous intersection is located along a busy bus corridor and near a Metro station. See a map of the D.C.’s worst intersections.
Only two years after the D.C. Streetcar launched, the District is already seriously considering a plan to replace its vehicles. There have already been problems with getting spare parts to complete repairs in a timely manner.
Almost half of all car crashes on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day are due to an impaired driver. There are several ways that you can help ensure that you and your loved ones are safe this New Year’s.
Plans to expand a key rail bottleneck will focus on building a new two-track bridge next to the 113-year-old Long Bridge and could also include an option for people to walk or bike across the Potomac.
The holidays are a festive time for people filled with parties and celebrating but these celebrations can end in too much alcohol consumption by party-goers. Here are some ways to avoid getting a D.U.I this holiday season.
In September, D.C. issued permits to five companies for dockless bikes in the city. But is the convenience of being able to pick up and drop off a bike anywhere enough to top Capital Bikeshare?
In an effort to reduce congestion and safety hazards, the District will be experimenting with new parking restrictions near Dupont Circle on weekend nights. See when to avoid which areas.
New dockless bike-sharing has arrived in the nation’s capital, which will make life easier for people in search of a temporary pair of wheels.
Highway signs are supposed to help, but in the District, some signs are having the opposite effect. See the signs around the District that may have drivers — and even pedestrians — scratching their heads.
D.C. will close the sidewalks on one side of the Key Bridge between 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. on Sundays, Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays. Walkers and cyclists will have to use the other side.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.