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DMV Traffic Expected to Get Worse With Population Growth

Though more people are trying to commute without their cars, traffic in the D.C. could get much worse in coming years thanks to population growth. Transportation Reporter Adam Tuss has the story.

Md. county launches campaign on pedestrian crashes

Montgomery County officials are launching a new campaign aimed at cutting down on pedestrian crashes involving distracted teens.  The You Only Live Once campaign comes two years after 15-year-old Christina Morris-Ward was fatally hit by a car

Fed up with traffic jams, group seeks relief for Va. 28

Va. 28 has several “official” names: Centreville Road, Nokesville Road, Center Street and Sully Road, to name a few. But area residents who attended a special town hall meeting last week to discuss the epic traffic jams

Virginians likely to pay more at the pump come January

Gas prices in Virginia will rise come January — possibly as much as six cents per gallon — unless Congress approves the “Marketplace Fairness Act” internet sales tax bill that’s been sitting in a House committee for months.

Glut Of Parking For Cars, Shortage For Bikes At McLean Metro Station

Six weeks after the Silver Line started hauling Metro commuters, a parking shortage is developing at one of the four stations in Tysons Corner, but not the kind of shortage that was widely expected.