Drinking water not affected, utility says.

A series of switch and train problems plague service on the Virginia side of the lines.

Updated at 10:06 a.m. Authorities said the water main repair at Georgia Avenue in Silver Spring isn’t a fast fix. In a Twitter message, WSSC — the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission — said “absolutely nothing easy about this,” due to multiple utility lines underground. Absolutely nothing easy about this #WSSC water main repair on GA […]



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Water from the 16-inch pipe has flooded the roadway.

Bickering over when Silver Spring Transit Center will open is latest chapter in long, bitter saga.

The D.C. Taxicab Commission is offering grants of up to $7,500 to offset costs associated with the purchase of a new accessible taxi.

At the height of the orange cone season, here's a look at some of the D.C. region's major transportation projects.

The union representing many of Metro’s workers says the presence of asbestos in older train cars is a safety issue that must not go ignored. David Stephen, a spokesman for Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689, issued a statement Wednesday following reports a day earlier that hundreds of older Metro cars contain a “small amount of asbestos.” Stephen […]

White’s Ferry is an option, says one letter writer, but he’s got bigger visions to help commuters.

Metro trains are no longer sharing a track on the Orange and Silver lines between Clarendon and Foggy Bottom stops.

Metrobus has smoking engine that causes road closure in Columbia Heights NW.

Metro said hundreds of older rail cars operating within the system contain asbestos, but the material does not pose a threat to passengers and those cars are soon to be replaced. The transit agency has issued a contract proposal seeking a company to remove asbestos from 280 cars in its fleet. Metro’s 1000-series cars, which date back to the […]

Complaint to state commission says utility pricing structure leaves larger families paying higher rates.

A transportation-bill amendment would set new safety standards and change how board members are appointed.

Hogan does away with the process win which contractors had to drive to Baltimore to pay for paper copies.

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