After months of grinding foot-by-foot toward Wayne Avenue, near Arliss Street and Flower Avenue in the Long Branch area, crews finally broke through on the west side of the 1,020-foot tunnel with a large remote-controlled demolition robot.
Weighing widening roads against providing better alternatives to sitting in traffic is a key focus for D.C., Maryland and Virginia’s transportation bosses.
Due to the looming winter storm, MetroAccess service will be suspended as of 4 p.m. Monday and all day Tuesday.
A review of new census data reveals some interesting trends about how and when D.C.-area commuters get to work. Residents of which county have the longest commute? The shortest? Who’s hitting the roads the earliest for the slog to work? And where is public transportation use on the rise?
The District’s members on Metro’s board of directors could agree to support some type of Metro fare increase and likely service cuts too. But the transit agency’s board chairman said he hopes it won’t come to that.
The public has a chance to comment on Metro’s plans to slash service and raise fares — measures that could take effect in July once the budget is approved.
Getting to the National Mall for the presidential inauguration successfully will involve some planning and extra time. Here are some facts about getting around on Metro, by bus and on foot.
Metro’s online store was experiencing problems on the final day to pre-order 2017 Inauguration Day SmarTrip cards.
Road services and public transportation are observing the New Year’s Day holiday on Monday, Jan. 2. Find out how this will affect your travel plans.
Metro Board members have raised concerns that the planned cuts to service on the subway could bring on a civil rights lawsuit.
Family members are concerned for the emotional and physical welfare of a Colesville man who was last seen boarding a bus near his home on Sunday.
The move takes into account feedback from residents, who’ve expressed a sense of being left behind when it comes to county services.
Montgomery County plans to extend bus service west of Potomac to Tobytown, where many residents of the historic African American community don’t own their own cars and rely on rides from friends or pay steep cab fares to get around.
These 50 areas have the highest percentages of workers over 16 years old who take public transportation, carpool, walk or bike to work. See where D.C., Baltimore and other area communities rank.
In traffic-choked northern Virginia, Fairfax County continues to explore ways to lure people from their cars and onto public transportation.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.