About 77,000 Washington area residents are expected to travel by air this holiday weekend. Airports and air transportation officials want them to know fireworks are banned aboard airplanes, in carry-on or checked baggage and violators can be fined up to $75,000.

The inner loop shoulder lane is about to open for rush-hour traffic.

A huge amount of water is on the road after a 16-inch water main broke.



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"Shark Week' comes to WMATA?

NTSB officials interviewed more than a dozen Metro officials as part of their investigation into the fatal Jan. 12 smoke incident, but former General Manager Richard Sarles wasn't among them.

With extensive street closings, Metrorail is a best bet, despite the crowding around fireworks time.

Some road closures in the area for Wednesday morning because of downed trees, wires and thousands without power

Another day of delays, troubles on Metro. Power problem on Metro's Red Line near the Tenleytown stop.

This year 5.7 billion trips have been made on U.S. toll roads, up from 5 billion trips in 2011, a new report says.

A disabled train at Suitland might cause delays all along the line.

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