The federal government’s 1995 decision to allow states to set speed limits higher than 65 mph caused almost 14,000 additional deaths over 25 years on interstates and freeways, according to a new study.
The amendment announced Tuesday would also reinstate driving licenses for more than 627,000 Virginians who currently have suspended licenses.
The governor of Virginia has a midnight Tuesday deadline to sign, veto or seek to amend the bill.
Fridges and couches and trash — oh my. The WTOP Traffic Center kept a running tally of all reported road debris on Washington-area highways for a full year, and some of them are quite unusual. What’s a farm haybell feeder exactly?
The dangers of drunken driving are well known, but a new report details the less discussed but growing problem of drugged driving and the trouble with cracking down on it.
Americans are living longer and driving later in their lives, but a newly released report shows a growing threat to the safety of older motorists.
Proposals to tighten Virginia’s laws banning some cellphone use behind the wheel failed to pass in the General Assembly.
The nation’s capital doesn’t fare very well when it comes to driver-friendly cities across the United States. See where D.C. ranks nationwide.
A new map marks the locations of crashes involving young drivers in Fairfax County in 2016. The county is urging parents and youth to work together to stay off of next year’s crash map.
A Maryland lawmaker wants drivers who block faster traffic in the left lane to get ticketed for causing unneeded bottlenecks.
Motorists could make more than $3,850 if they’re selected to take part in research on how in-car technology can reduce congestion and affect driving behavior.
In Maryland, drivers caught using a cellphone behind the wheel can pay fines of anywhere from $75 to $175 in a tiered system. But a Maryland lawmaker believes that’s not enough.
More than 70 high school and middle schools across the state are participating in the four-week challenge to buckle up.
Carpooling, walking or biking are the more satisfying commuting options, according to the findings of a survey released Wednesday. Those who drove alone and those who took Metro were the least satisfied.
More than 57,000 car2go members in D.C. and Arlington, Virginia will notice changes in their commutes on Sept. 12.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.