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The bridge collapse in Washington state brought to mind nationwide infrastructure problems, including roads, bridges and sewer systems that badly need repairs.
Metro employee charged with theft
A long, cool weekend for the D.C. area includes concerts, parades and festivals. Almost all road work is suspended, but Metro will work on two lines.
The development planned at Riverdale Park is in its final steps of the approval process.
A pedestrian died Thursday after he was struck by a Metrobus on Georgia Avenue in Olney.
System in process of choosing a contractor to lead the costly task of modernizing fare-collection system.
The sinkhole that has shut down the area around 14th and F streets NW for days could cause lane closures through the weekend, authorities warned. Southbound 14th Street partially reopened Thursday.
The D.C. Council approved a $12.1 billion budget this week. This budget scrapped the District's gas tax and included big changes for Circulator buses.
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The Charlotte mayor is President Obama’s choice to replace Transportation Secretary LaHood.
A sinkhole at 14th and F streets stretching 20 feet across snarls road and pedestrian traffic alike.
Motorists are using the express lanes’ ramp in Springfield to jump past traffic but can get stuck there.
Maggie Fazeli Fard
As expected, a street closures due to a sinkhole caused delays during the morning rush.
Delays are affecting trains heading toward Shady Grove due to a signal problem near Fort Totten.
Rep. Jeff Denham (R-Calif.) has introduced legislation that would allow some pets to travel via Amtrak.
A sinkhole at 14th and F streets in Northwest Washington could close streets around that intersection for two days, police warn.
Anthony Foxx may be pressed by conservative senators to repudiate LaHood's bike-transit-friendly stance.
Memorial Day brings with it many transit and transportation changes. Here's what you need to know for getting around on Monday.
Annual travel survey finds fewer plan to travel from the Washington region this Memorial Day weekend.
Metrorail is working on all lines at night. The Silver Line project is busy, as are the highway departments.
Only the right lane is getting by near Exit 143 in Garrisonville, Va., following a tractor-trailer crash.
Planning board expected to review key elements of the Cafritz family Riverdale Park project on Thursday.
MARC’s Penn Line trains could soon begin traveling between D.C. and Baltimore on weekends.
The express lanes project will be very active, but all escape routes from the D.C. area will require patience.
Fight on Metro's Red Line, one arrested
A crash blocked all lanes of I-95 North midway between D.C. and Baltimore this afternoon.
Managers are pretty much sticking to the aggressive program they outlined in 2011, despite the complaints.
All trains that have Amtrak's WiFi, which includes Northeast Regional trains, will be upgraded to 4G by the end of the summer.
Thousands participated in Bike to Work Day on Friday, and many of them posted photos from pit stops and other scenes across the region.
Metro is working on three rail lines. The major road work delays are likely to be on I-95 south of D.C.
All lanes are closed and traffic is being diverted from I-95S to Route 17.
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Robert is Dr. Gridlock, the Post’s commuting columnist and an authority on all things roads and rails.
Ashley covers transportation, including roads and aviation. He is an avid cyclist and triathlete.
Dana covers Metrorail, Metrobus and other transit news. Follow her on Twitter: @postmetrogirl
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