When commuting, nobody really ‘wins’

Post's commuting contest offers options, rather than a best route.

Evening commute uncrowded, but still tricky

Light traffic is both a blessing and a curse for those who were not granted a snow day.

Driving conditions change rapidly

As snow and wind intensify and temperature drops, safety can vary from block to block and lane to lane.

2011 storm taught lesson about fighting Mother Nature

Government decision makers, highway departments became more aggressive in telling commuters to stay home.

Planners approve transportation priorities for D.C. region

Priorities focus on maintaining road and transit system we have, a concept in accord with public surveys.

Express Lanes driving, tolls, continued to rise in late 2013

The lane operator's report for the October-December quarter showed use up, despite federal shutdown.

Metrorail’s service plan for MLK weekend

The transit authority plans major track work on the Red and Green lines during the holiday weekend, but the resulting disruptions will end Sunday night.

Virginia transportation projects to watch in 2014

While nothing beats the Silver Line as a top transportation story for 2014, Virginia travelers will encounter many other high-impact projects this year.

Metro working on all five lines this weekend

All stations will be open, but there will be longer gaps than normal between trains.

D.C. transportation projects to watch in 2014

Rebuilding rail and auto bridges and a new pedestrian/bike link to a Metro station are among the projects advancing in 2014.

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