- Third Inbound Lane To Open On 11th Street Bridge
- Flyover bridge unveiled in Southeast D.C
- Contractors: Silver Line Phase 1 'substantially complete'
- Transportation officials slate major improvements for 2014 in Frederick County
- University Boulevard in Prince William To Open
- Resurfacing Of 15th Street Bike Lane Wraps Up
- Construction On Phase Two Of Silver Line To Begin Soon
- Governor Bob McDonnell Announces 95 Express Lanes Construction Reaches Mid-Point
Virginia is for lovers, but it’s not always for bikes. Thanks to a deadly combination of rural expanses and traffic-clogged suburbs, the state is behind many of its peers in making the roads safer for bicyclists.
An axiom of U.S. transportation policy since the construction of the interstate highway system — to relieve congestion build more lanes — may be giving way to the realization that states cannot pave their way out of the problem.
Total pedestrian fatalities in the D.C. region increased during the first six months of 2013, compared to the same period the year prior, according to a nationwide study released today by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association.
Kishan Putta, a member of the Advisory Neighborhood Commission for the Dupont Circle area, has a cause: He wants better bus service for people who travel along the 16th Street corridor in Northwest Washington.
A plan to bring Capital Bikeshare to College Park is on hold as a result of the bankruptcy filing of a company that manufactures the bicycles for the operator of the program, a College Park official said.