- Travel Lanes to Shift at Eads Street Near Pentagon this Monday
- Gallows Road Bridge Renewal Complete
- New Traffic Pattern on Ravensworth Road
- Bike and Ped Improvements in Rosslyn Underway
- Construction Ramps Up This Month on I-66 Outside the Beltway
- Route 27/110 Project Closing Out 2017 with Milestones
- Effort to fix aging Arlington Memorial Bridge receives a $227 million boost
- 66 Express Lanes and E-ZPass FAQs
The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) kicked off a new season of anything-but-car travel Wednesday by approving funds for alternative transportation projects and accepting a plan to stretch this year’s “Car Free Day” into two days.
Traffic along M Street NW came to a stop for a few moments during Thursday’s evening commute — and not because of the typical rush hour gridlock.
Metro’s largest union suggested Wednesday that there will not be a strike this week as it outlined its demands for the first time since Sunday’s strike authorization vote.
Air quality in the D-M-V during the hot days of summer can be pretty bad. Hear how we can help improve it…
Four projects designed to help Maryland commuters travel without using their cars have been approved for federal grants by local planners.