The trip through the New York Avenue corridor and the intersection with Florida Avenue will get a bit more complicated for drivers traveling the stretch during nighttime hours over the next week. Beginning tonight, crews will be activating new traffic...
Events this weekend will necessitate detours on the following bus routes, according to Metro: -- Routes 3A, 3B and 3E will detour onto Fort Myer Drive instead of North Moore Street from 6 to 10 a.m. on Saturday for the...
Two MARC trains departing Washington this afternoon will each operate with one less car than normal, according to the Maryland Transit Administration. Both of the trains, 530, departing at 4:24, and 534, departing at 5:20 p.m., run on the Penn...
U.S. transportation and labor officials said some airline pilots would fly fewer hours and others more hours under a proposal to help lessen pilot fatigue.
Delightful weather will launch weekend activities on Friday and Saturday before rain moves into the D.C. area on Sunday. The Nationals are home this weekend, but the real traffic-generator will be the Redskins season opener on Sunday night. There are other events, including a Sunday morning triathlon and Adams Morgan Day, that will require street closings. Plus, some of our big construction projects have scheduled significant changes over the next week.
Delays on the MARC Camden Line.
A roundup of the morning traffic woes.
Travelers tonight and tomorrow will sense autumn in the cool air. The changing of the seasons isn't slowing down the pace of roadwork. In fact, there's a lot scheduled tonight and tomorrow night, leading into the weekend. Here are highlights.
7:20 p.m. Update: Maryland State Police report a seven-car accident occurred on southbound I-270 at Rockledge just after 7 p.m. No serious injuries have been reported and police have closed the left lane. -- Clarence Williams Original post: A multiple-vehicle...
A driver for MetroAccess has been arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a female passenger in Montgomery County in August.
Motorists who want a sneak peek at the new Intercounty Connector can get a glimpse of the six-lane highway before the first segment opens, but they won't need their cars. The Maryland Transportation Authority, which will own the toll road, is holding a 5-kilometer walk/run Oct. 17 on part of the highway that has been paved. The run will begin at Shady Grove Road. Entry fees -- $25 beforehand and $30 on race day -- will benefit the Special Olympics of Maryland, authority officials said.
The lane-closing program on the northbound 14th Street Bridge is about to reach its halfway point: This weekend, the work zone will shift again, blocking the far-left lane by the bridge's north side. The new pattern should be in place by the Monday morning rush, but drivers still will have four lanes open during the peak periods.
Deaths on America's highways have plunged to their lowest level in 60 years, as smarter designs make streets and vehicles safer and aggressive campaigns are waged against drunk and distracted drivers, new data shows.
Metro will receive more than $2.7 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as partial reimbursement for the costs of snow removal during the storms last February and December, Metro said in a press release.
The annual Nation's Triathlon is scheduled to start at 7 a.m. Sunday. The event includes a swim in the Potomac, a bike ride through central Washington and a run near the National Mall ending by the Tidal Basin. The crowds and the street closings are likely to disrupt Sunday morning traffic along the Potomac and around the Mall. Here's a guide..
A roundup of the headaches faced by commuters
A bus burst into flames, sending plumes of black smoke into the heart of Silver Spring tonight, according to Twitter user @coolmcjazz, who broadcast this picture:
Travelers will find the day's heat diminishing quickly tonight and the clear weather will continue through Thursday. Here are some details about a couple of projects in Virginia and Maryland that could slow down drivers overnight.
Metro has announced plans for a Columbus Day weekend maintenance project that will close two downtown rail stations and suspend service on the Blue and Orange lines at Metro Center.
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has set an all-time monthly passenger record when more than 2.17 million travelers passed through in July.
The latest design plans for the second phase of the Metro rail extension to Dulles International Airport will be presented during two public meetings next week.
A roundup of the morning's headaches
This late-summer heat will drop off overnight but will return during your travels tomorrow. The Nats have a game tonight, but play starts at 12:35 p.m. tomorrow, the last of the early-afternoon weekday games this season.
Montgomery County's Ride On bus system service cuts went into effect Sunday. The changes include reducing the frequency of some routes and eliminating stops on others.
Track work on the eastern tip of the Red Line is over, but trains will travel at reduced speeds between the Forest Glen and Takoma stations for the rest of the week to help the new track adjust.
An Amtrak train will make the stops for a MARC Penn Line train.
A roundup of the morning traffic headaches.
Metro will remain open an hour later for tonight's Virginia Tech-Boise State game.
The Nats are back in town, so here are tips on getting to the game.