Beachgoers traveling through Virginia and Maryland this weekend better buckle up, keep their hands on the wheel and an eye on the speedometer. Both Maryland and Virginia State Police are increasing traffic enforcement.
Drivers on D.C. roads racked up $324 million in tickets last year — slightly more than the previous year. Maryland drivers ended the year with the most money unpaid to the city, and are on pace to do the same this year.
Parking ticket and towing revenue collected through the Department of Public Works is on the decline in D.C., continuing a trend going back about a decade.
So far in 2019, the department has handed out more than 3,000 tickets along Route 210. Ten thousand tickets were issued in all of last year.
Baseball season is just around the corner and so are new bobbleheads for fans featuring players Juan Soto, Max Scherzer, Adam Eaton and Patrick Corbin as well as several other giveaway items. Here’s the game schedule for when the new collectibles will be available.
D.C.’s Department of Motor Vehicles is having system problems, making all DMV ticket adjudication services unavailable by phone and online. One of the Maryland systems is down as well.
A story by The Virginian-Pilot found over 90 people had collected prizes with a frequency that defied the odds, prompting the lottery to take action to identify or stop potential fraud among ticket retailers.
American Airlines is threatening to prohibit customers from making changes to nonrefundable tickets if Congress makes good on a proposal to crack down on unreasonable airline fees.
If you drive in D.C., you may know what it’s like to see the telltale slip of paper on your windshield. D.C. administered over 2.7 million citations in 2016, valued at over $299 million. According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, nearly $24 million is still owed today on those fines. Advocates say fines, as they currently work, are “punitive and draconian.”
Newly proposed laws end restrictive ticket policies and protect resale rights for consumers.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture has apologized for the ticket-website problems that thwarted people who tried to get tickets on Monday, and said new passes will be released on Wednesday.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture has become the hottest ticket in D.C., but the distribution of more tickets has run into some snags.
Montgomery County school buses are about to undergo a high-tech upgrade along with the full roll-out of the county’s stop-arm camera enforcement program.
Some Virginia police agencies are pledging to write fewer tickets.
Hashing out the details of the District’s “Vision Zero” plan to make streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists may take longer than expected.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.