Two recent studies solidify what drivers already know — local motorists are spending more time in their cars than in the past.
If you’re one of the projected 113 million people traveling for Christmas, you might to have more to contend with than the crowds: The forecast calls for some serious rain.
While it didn’t seem like we had much of a spring in the Washington area, summer’s unofficial start — Memorial Day — looks like it’s going to see some serious rubber-meets-road action. Which means delays, delays and … more delays.
D.C.-area traffic ranks 18th most congested in the world, according to a new study using GPS data from connected cars and smartphones.
A recent study found the D.C. area to be the third most impacted by traffic, behind only Los Angeles and New York. See where the worst “traffic hot spot” runs.
The nation’s capital doesn’t have the worst traffic in the U.S., but it does fall in the 10 most congested cities in the country, according to a new study. Globally, D.C. traffic is worse than Istanbul, Turkey, according to the global scorecard produced by data firm, Inrix.
A new study shows the increased pollution drivers face when stopped in traffic.
It\’s no surprise: Traffic in and around the District is bad. How bad? A new study offers commuters some perspective.
You have probably found yourself at one time or another stopped along I-66. But at least there are now new travel times posted for you to look at while stuck in the gridlock.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.