Metro plans to add some service back this summer at stations on the Yellow, Green and Red lines without raising fares.
Metro is offering to pay $3 of the cost of the trip when riders have “limited transportation options during the hours when Metrorail is not operating,” but riders would have to pay the rest of the fare.
Ridesharing services are having a dramatic effect on the number of taxicab rides in the nation’s capital.
New legislation working its way through the Virginia General Assembly could set new state standards around dockless scooters and e-bikes, giving localities like Arlington full authority to ban the vehicles on sidewalks and regulate where they’re parked.
Federal workers and contractors are those most immediately hit by the partial government shutdown, but the effects are starting to be felt by those who depend on their patronage, including rideshare drivers.
Thanks to free ride-shares and Metro’s extended hours, you won’t have to worry about getting home safely after you ring in the New Year. Here’s what you need to know as you travel around D.C.
Are you looking to make some extra cash fast to help offset all of those gifts you bought this holiday season? If so, you might want to consider signing up to drive with a rideshare company, like Lyft or Uber. But you’ll need to be ready to work by next week.
The agreement with MV Transportation will provide “hundreds” of wheelchair-accessible vehicles in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Chicago and Toronto, Uber said.
Even as Metro tries to compete with ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft, the transit system hopes to finalize agreements in coming months for late-night transportation services with the companies.
Uber announced a new system to identify sexual misconduct on its platform — introducing 21 categories from staring and leering to nonconsensual sexual penetration — in a step toward transparency with customers and rehabilitating its public image.
It allows drivers to use video cameras, dash cameras and other recording devices for security purposes — but not to broadcast them.
Danyal Cheema, 24, of Huntington Station, New York, was arrested and charged with manslaughter in the second degree by Suffolk County District Attorney Timothy D. Sini on Monday.
Nearly eight months after one of its autonomous test vehicles hit and killed an Arizona pedestrian, Uber wants to resume testing on public roads.
The advent of ride-booking services like Lyft and Uber have raised questions about how parents can get around with their little ones safely and legally. But child-restraint guidelines pertaining to the services vary from state to state. A new online breaks down each jurisdiction’s rules, and its creators have released a study illustrating how parents use the services.
Emergency dispatchers receiving calls from Uber users in D.C. and Los Angeles will now automatically know the rider’s name, exact location, details on the Uber vehicle they are riding in and who is driving. See how it works
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.