Already gridlocked, the D.C. area is expected to grow significantly over the next 25 years. But transportation planners say there are ways to keep traffic moving.
D.C.-area traffic ranks 18th most congested in the world, according to a new study using GPS data from connected cars and smartphones.
Maryland’s Secretary of Transportation Pete Rahn went in front of Montgomery County leaders to lay out a $9 billion project that aims to ease congestion on Interstate 270, the Beltway and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.
Living closer to work or getting thousands more people to telework or ride transit were among the highest scoring ideas for the region’s transportation future.
The project to widen Interstate 270 near the Montrose Road interchange will add 23 new lane miles of roads, and could shave up to 30 minutes from some drivers’ morning commutes, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says.
Traffic is moving more slowly through Montgomery County. But county council members aren’t exactly sure why — and if that’s good news or bad.
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.
Drivers in D.C. are more likely to encounter traffic-clogged streets and longer-than-normal trips during the evening rush-hour commute, according to a new study on traffic congestion released by the District Department of Transportation.
Nestle USA is moving its corporate headquarters to Rosslyn from the West Coast, and many employees will have a chance to relocate to the D.C. area to face Northern Virginia’s notorious traffic congestion.
A road project meant to ease traffic on Belmont Ridge Road in Loudoun County began Tuesday afternoon.
Gov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday afternoon that the state would begin the long process to study where to put another bay bridge in order to accommodate future traffic demand.
A high-tech traffic control system on Interstate 66 is helping weekend travelers but not daily commuters, according to new state research obtained by WTOP.
Virginia transportation officials have outlined lane adjustment plans that could ease traffic in the northern part of the state.
A leader at the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority cites rapid growth in the number of passengers as a major reason for the traffic congestion.
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