In 2019, housing will be on the forefront of the Council of Governments’ agenda. A council member said there will be a shortage of some 100,000 housing units by 2050.
Initial tests on faulty concrete panels suggest a redo of the Silver Line extension to Dulles Airport may not be necessary.
Virginia officials say that the number of crashes and deaths related to drivers distracted by mobile devices is almost on par with those related to drunken driving — and probably higher than reported.
New Year’s Day falls on a Monday, so government-run locations, services and transportation systems may not be open, or may be working on a different schedule.
“Yes, I see the irony in the number, but 911 would-be drunk drivers taken off the roadways by this local, lifesaving program,” says Kurt Erickson, president of Washington Regional Alcohol Program.
The idea of a Georgetown-to-Rosslyn gondola got a thumbs-up from the neighborhood’s business leaders on Thursday.
Alexandria Director of Transportation and Environmental Services Yon Lambert said the city has already seen an increase in people choosing to use two wheels to get around.
Here’s a rundown of transportation changes and options to help you get around on Independence Day.
Metro riders avoided eastern stations on the Blue, Orange and Silver lines Monday during the first rush hour with a full track and two station closures.
Fairfax County supervisors debated Tuesday how to turn around Metro and what role the county will play in that transformation as county residents struggled to get to work and school amid the first week of scheduled rush hour repairs along the Orange and Silver lines.
Ahead of Bike to Work Day, the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board is looking at a bicycle project wish list.
Planners are looking at two possible ways to extend the new streetcar line about 3 1/2 miles from Union Station to Georgetown.
Transportation leaders in Virginia may consider doubling the amount of funding for new transportation options meant to help give commuters driving alone alternatives to paying a toll.
In about a month, more than 18,000 people will strap on a helmet and commute to and from work on two wheels.
People in the area believe transportation is the greatest challenge facing the region, a new poll finds — and they think things are getting worse.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.