Board members will hear the transit staff proposal to widen gaps between trains to bolster on-time performance.

Updated at 9:12 a.m. A vehicle fire was reported in Northwest at 18th Street and Massachusetts Avenue. Fire crews are on their way. Updated at 9:09 a.m. A car ran into a tree this morning on Glen Road in Potomac near Piney Meetinghouse Road. The crash clean-up has closed the single-lane bridge there. Montgomery County officials report […]

Updated at 8:58 a.m. After brief single-tracking on the Green Line, service is back to normal between Southern Avenue and Anacostia. Delays throughout the system in Virginia, however, continue. Updated at 8:54 a.m. The Monday morning Metro meltdown continues with yet another line experiencing issues and delaying the commute for riders. The Green Line is now single-tracking […]



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Arlington Transit is adding eight new buses to accommodate more frequent weekday service and additional weekend trips in some of the county's busiest transit corridors.

Rather than display the ads from the group depicting a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad, Metro officials voted to ban all new issue oriented advertising for the remainder of 2015.

Metro's proposal to widen the gaps between trains may help on-time performance, but also could increase crowding, even on the Blue Line.

Some buses have been re-routed as traffic delays continue.

Disabled train had forced single tracking at NoMa-Gallaudet station.

Motorists headed inbound over the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge should expect delays after an apparent collision between a bus and a car.

Congestion along southbound Interstate 95 is causing major delays for commuters headed out of the region for the holiday weekend.

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