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The days of trackwork-free weekends are far behind us. This weekend, the Metro will close a portion of the Red Line for repairs, and single tracking abounds on all but the Yellow Line.
Virginia Transportation Secretary Sean Connaughton will meet with a group of concerned Alexandria citizens who hope to persuade him not to build an offramp in their backyard.
Eager to serve the "corridor of significance" between Prince William and Loudoun Counties, planners have released a new study on a proposed highway in Northern Virginia.
Federal regulators have shut down the Washington D.C Party Shuttle, citing inadequate screening for drivers and an ineffective maintenance program.
Federal safety officials are calling on car makers to follow guidelines that limit distractions from built-in devices to two seconds or less.
Delays stemming from furloughs for FAA employees have not yet materialized, but union officials expect them to manifest this summer travel season.
The 15,000 air traffic control employees who manage the skies above the United States are facing furloughs from sequestration, which is expected to impact a good portion of air passengers.
Residents in southeast Fairfax County are divided over what to call its busiest traffic corridor.
A Bethesda-based construction firm is in line to build Phase II of the Silver Line Metrorail extension to Dulles.
Metro's weekend maintenance returns after a month-long long break for cherry blossom season. Riders should expect delays on all five lines.
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