- Shoulder lane to open, relieve Beltway congestion
- New phase of 3rd street tunnel project brings lane closures
- Major work begins on escalators at Metro’s Van Ness Stop
- Major Work for Capital crossing project is set to begin on I-395
- D.C. plans early reopening of 16th Street Bridge
- Maryland Beltway project at halfway point
- Memorial Bridge, symbol of U.S. strength, is corroded, partly shut down
- Lane Reduction, Speed Restrictions on Highway Portion of I-395/3rd Street Tunnel set to begin on Saturday, May 2, 2015
A top federal transportation official says her agency is ready to work with Metro to improve the safety of its rail and bus systems.
As the Silver Line’s first phase reaches one year since it opened, new data show the end-of-the-line Wiehle Reston-East Station is outperforming projections for the number of riders at this point.
A new report by the nonprofit transportation research group TRIP, which is funded by construction businesses and unions, finds that 28 percent of urban interstates and arteries are in “poor” condition, costing drivers up to $1,000 a year in added maintenance costs.
Drivers on Interstate 95 and the Capital Beltway in Virginia will see new lane markings at some express lanes entrances. Meanwhile, traffic in the high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes continues to grow, according to the latest report from the operating company.
Several employers in the Washington, D.C., region recently were given 2015 Commuter Connections Employer Recognition Awards because of their achievements in decreasing carbon footprints and traffic congestion by using computer programs.