Metro has been trying to keep the public abreast of Silver Line developments, but how much does the public really know about the system's first new line in more than two decades? I decided to hang out at a few stations and find out.
Bike valet could mean big bucks in Washington. The city has a sizable cyclist population, a lot of bicycle theft and plenty of people who'd rather not lug stuff around when they're not riding.
I spotted a security camera on a Metro train for the first time this weekend. Are we getting more of them?
No one wants to feel like a stereotype. So Jennifer Hovis, 37, is pretty uncomfortable with the fact that when she rides her bike — which is practically every day — she's just one blowout away from turning into a damsel in distress.
Years of avoiding driving had left me feeling rusty and genuinely scared of getting behind the wheel. There was only one way I was going to overcome my phobia. And that was to hit the road, solo and as much as possible.
Determining what kind of person you are doesn’t require a whole BuzzFeed quiz. Just answer one question: What do you think about a road that terminates in front of a cluster of homes?
On Tuesday night, I experienced the most relaxed rush hour in Washington history. The only traffic? A single sport utility vehicle — or whatever you call those boats that crew teams use.
The cherry blossoms aren't out yet, but one sign of spring sure is: the tourists. And a heck a lot of them are on two wheels. So where are they getting their bikes?
Why did the chicken cross the road? To transfer from Farragut North to Farragut West! Get ready for the arrival of more Metro humor next week.
A reader tipped us off about weird bird noises coming from a Metro station. These are the results of our thorough investigation.