- Route 1 Widening begins February 10
- Arlington Keeping Close Eye On I-66 As New Lane Construction Begins
- Virginia Avenue Tunnel project advances in D.C. amid neighborhood disruption
- Old Centreville Road Bridge Repairs Begin Tomorrow
- Put A Bridge On It: Building New Connections In D.C.
- I-66 widening completed on time, on budget
- Virginia breaks ground on I-66 HOT lanes project, without the ground
- New docs describe how I-66 toll lanes outside the Beltway will work
- Following concession, Va. and Md. legislatures expected to okay Metro safety body
- Traffic deaths up in cities that turn off red-light cameras
- Residents say transportation is D.C. region’s biggest challenge
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Northern Virginia is home to savvy commuters whose knowledge of transportation issues in the region has grown dramatically since 2015, according to a new survey released Wednesday by the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority.
Every day, thousands of drivers around the nation’s capital cross over bridges classified by federal engineers as “structurally deficient.”
Monday is the first weekday that rail commuters will be impacted by the latest SafeTrack Surge which affects the Blue Line.
Serious crime on Metro was down about 5 percent last year overall, but aggravated assaults, rapes and other violent crimes increased by significant proportions, according to statistics released Monday, likely fueling a perception that the transit system has become more dangerous.
The District, Maryland and Virginia have been given a reprieve from the temporary loss of millions in federal funding for transportation projects, including more than $4 million in funding earmarked for Metro — a penalty for missing a deadline to set up an independent agency…