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Virginia’s latest experiment with toll lanes to test thousands of commuters on I-66

The commute of thousands of Northern Virginians will change dramatically at the end of the year when tolling begins on a significant stretch of Interstate 66, one of the region’s most congested highways.

Want Metro to work? Empowering citizens at core of grass-roots effort

Civic activists say they are no longer just waiting around for elected officials to agree on desperately needed Metro funding — instead they are educating and empowering citizens to lobby and to advocate for the funding.

As District Wharf Opens, Neighbors Ask If Traffic And Transit Systems Are Ready For It

When New York native Andy Litsky moved to Southwest D.C. forty years ago, the neighborhood looked nothing like what it does today. He and his neighbors had the riverfront, but not many ways to enjoy it.

District Launches Program To Transport City Employees Via Taxi

The District is testing a novel way of helping struggling cab drivers while transporting city government employees back and forth from their assignments more efficiently, saving money at the same time.

AAA: October is 2nd most dangerous month on roadways

October has become the second most dangerous month of the year on the roads and experts are scratching the heads when it comes to a reason for the numbers.