virginia-transportation

The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority is about to allocate hundreds of millions of dollars for regional transportation upgrades.

Tuesday's voters will be asked to approve money for road, sidewalk and trail projects.

Easing congestion on I-66 is a top priority in Northern Virginia. Leaders foresee adding HOT lanes.

The deal comes after months of escalating tension between the state and the companies, which had vowed to continue operating in the state despite a cease and desist order.

One site puts the station closer to residential neighborhoods; the other is closer to retail and mixed-use development.

The region's first rapid bus transit system, Metroway, will start service Aug. 24.

Homeowners lined up at a public hearing in Fairfax to decry a proposed parkway that would connect Loudoun and Prince William counties.

An agreement reached today on a transportation plan by Virginia House and Senate negotiators is good news for users of the Dulles Toll Road.

Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell promoted his transportation plan in Northern Virginia on Monday, saying it would ease congestion.