- Lane Reduction, Speed Restrictions on Highway Portion of I-395/3rd Street Tunnel set to begin on Saturday, May 2, 2015
- DDOT Requests Top-To-Bottom Review For D.C. Streetcar After Series Of Delays
- New 95 Express Lanes Will Open Sunday, Are Toll-Free For Two Weeks
- Lane closures begin for D.C.'s Third Street Tunnel Project
- Prince William Parkway expansion project nearing completion
- Final section of ICC to Laurel, new I-95 interchange to open this weekend
- 95 Express Lanes Signage to begin Unveiling in Coming Weeks
- The Klingle wars are over: Trail to replace stretch of Klingle Road
Thousands of people live within a half-mile of a Metro station, but some of them still drive because it’s nearly impossible to access the station, according to new report.
On Friday, May 15, commuters swapped gas pedals for bike pedals in the metropolitan Washington region to participate in the annual Bike to Work Day (BTWD) event. Registration for the event increased 4 percent over last year. The first BTWD was held in the region…
When he lived in Rockville, Steven Bryant sometimes commuted by bicycle to work at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration offices in White Oak.
“On Thursday, average travel speeds drop to around 32 or 33 miles an hour, which is 20 miles per hour lower than the normal 50- to 60-mile per hour speeds that we see when there’s no traffic,” says Council of Governments transportation planner Ben Hampton.
Metro ridership is down. There could be a number of reasons for this, among them cuts to federal commuter benefits, the local economic slowdown or a rise in telecommuting.