The average driver in the D.C. area lost 87 hours to traffic congestion in 2017, at a cost of thousands of dollars in lost time and wasted fuel, according to the transportation group TRIP.
When it comes to how well the region can handle unexpected situations, such as inclement weather or major traffic incidents, D.C. ranks as the worst of 40 major metro areas in the U.S.
Some of the busiest stretches of the Capital Beltway in Maryland are getting more crowded, while some traffic hot spots have experienced some relief over the past few years.
As Metro’s second phase of track work continues, new numbers show the work isn’t having a major impact on vehicular traffic near affected stations.
WASHINGTON — Fairfax County leaders want to revise traffic forecasts for western neighborhood streets and the Route 28 corridor in the wake of a decision putting construction of the Bi-County Parkway on hold. Tuesday the…
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