A busy park and ride lot along Route 50 in Anne Arundel County is about to get bigger.
Justices on Virginia's High Court heard an hour of arguments on a judge's ruling that charging tolls on two existing tunnels to help pay for a new one is unconstitutional.
Two stations on Metro's Blue and Yellow Lines will be closed this weekend for scheduled track work.
Fewer people are riding the rails these days, but transit officials and policy experts say that Metro will regain them as work winds down on a six-year rebuilding plan.
You may notice a new addition to Metro's iconic system map—the 23-mile Silver Line running from East Falls Church out into Loudoun County, the first portion of which goes into service next year.
Damaged overhead wires has added delays of one to two hours for Amtrak riders between Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.
The city's busiest bike lane is getting a fresh coat of pavement.
Track work on the Metro has pushed more and more riders out of the system, which has had an impact on WMATA's bottom line.
The Redskins season opener against the Eagles Monday night at FedEx could result in major traffic delays due to the timing of the game.
Dozens of homes and businesses that may be condemned to make way for the Purple Line in Montgomery and Prince George's counties say the state should find another route for the light-rail system.
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