- Contractor granted permission to begin pre-construction work on Purple Line
- Traffic relief: U.S. 1 widening starting soon in Prince William Co.
- Phase One of I-395/3rd Street Tunnel Construction Project Begins February 24
- Be a smarter commuter: What you need to know for getting around the D.C. area in 2016
- I-395 HOV ramp at Seminary Road to open Monday afternoon
- Demolition Project will Impact Traffic at 15th and L Street NW Beginning Saturday, January 9
- New projects would add more tolls to I-66
- New 12th Street Extension in Pentagon City May Open By End of Year
Federal safety inspectors are directing Metro to take immediate action to address a slew of “critical concerns regarding fire/life safety” and “roadway worker protection procedures” across the 117-mile rail system, said a top official at the Federal Transit Administration in a letter to Metro general…
A new study by the D.C. region’s Transportation Planning Board staff shows that while population has grown in recent years and fewer people are riding Metrorail, there has been no corresponding increase in automobile traffic.
A follow-up released Friday to a scathing safety audit of the DC Circulator — first obtained by WTOP — finds progress is being made on safety-critical issues, but many problems still remain.
The oldest cars in Metro’s fleet are finally being taken off the rails after four decades of service. The 1000-series cars, as the 1970s-vintage rolling stock is known, started being decommissioned earlier this spring as Metro deploys more of its newest cars, the 7000-series that first…
Lower-income residents of the District will be able to sign up for Capital Bikeshare memberships for $5 a year under a new community partnership program.