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Gov. Martin O'Malley signed a bill into law that will raise gasoline taxes in the state starting this summer.
Part of the expanded funding under Gov. Martin O'Malley's transportation is being directed towards expanded MARC service.
Five stations on the Green and Orange Lines will be taken out of commission this weekend, including College Park, which will be the site of commencement ceremonies.
Though D.C. has made substantial progress in expanding the number and type of bike lanes around town, cycling advocates say that improvements are needed to keep cyclists safe.
From 2000 to 2011, 90 percent of new D.C. workers chose to live in the city instead of surrounding jurisdictions.
Much like Uber before it, the D.C. Taxicab Commission says that SideCar, a new app-based service that connects residents looking for a ride to regular drivers willing to offer one, is illegal.
Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) wants Gov. Bob McDonnell to put the brakes on a proposed north-south roadway between I-95 and Route 7 referred to as the 'outer beltway.'
Red Line service will likely be disrupted this evening after reports of smoke and fire department activity on an empty Metro car at the Silver Spring Metro.
More than half of drivers on I-95 admit to using their phones behind the wheel — a potentially dangerous combination with thousands of construction workers on the roads this summer.
It's commencement weekend at the University of Maryland, but graduates-to-be and their families won't be getting there via Metro.
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