Latest News

Try Transit Week And Car Free Day Encourage Driving Alternatives

The Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) is pleased to again participate in Try Transit Week and Car Free Day – two events that encourage people to find alternatives to driving solo and award prizes for pledging to do so!

A Bike-Friendlier Loudoun is in the Making

It’s true. Thirteen years ago, the county Board of Supervisors adopted a Bicycle and Pedestrian Mobility Master Plan that lays out a safe, comprehensive network of bikeways throughout the county. Since then, little visible movement on it has been made.

Metro’s new 24/7 work schedule extends upcoming surges

While the upcoming work still begins with a Red Line shutdown between Fort Totten and NoMa-Gallaudet, that work has now been extended beyond the originally planned 23 days. It now begins Oct. 29 and runs through Nov. 22

Here are some tips for surviving 42 days of single-tracking on the Orange Line

Metro’s next surge is going to be long- and likely painful — for users of the Orange Line’s western end.

Why is traffic still so terrible? Welcome to the ‘September surge’

The phenomenon of congested D.C. roadways and frustrated drivers has now stretched into a month long commuting headache for many. Welcome to the “September surge.”