- 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
- I-70 expansion opens Saturday
- Commercial Strip Becomes Work Zone As D.C. Rushes To Finish Streetcar Line
- Bethesda Metro in for a trio of repair projects
- D.C. narrowing lanes on eroding road in Rock Creek Park
Come January 1, the public transit benefit available to federal and private sector workers alike will drop from $245 to $130 dollars in pre-tax wages per month — unless Congress votes to keep the subsidy up. The parking benefit will go up to $250.
A group of Metro riders says the transit authority should make a commitment to its customers, guaranteeing some basic customer service benefits.
The number of people who drive to work and the total number of miles traveled by car in the Washington region have dropped by almost 5 percent since the turn of the century, a study released Wednesday finds.
McLEAN, Va. (AP) — The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is again pushing back its expected completion date for construction of the new Silver Line through Tysons Corner.
Metro fares could be going up again in the not-too-distant future after the agency heard a proposal to hike rates on both buses and trains Monday.