Companies will have until Jan. 9 to submit proposals for 35-year contract to build and operate transit line
If you’ve never heard of the Northern Virginia communities of Greensboro or Spring Hill, just ride the Silver Line.
Montgomery County communities’ wealth, education push them onto America’s “snooty little cities” list
Haven’t been paying close attention to the light-rail proposal? We’ve got you covered.
The groups say two federal agencies violated the Endangered Species Act by not properly considering a light-rail line’s impact on an endangered amphipod.
Complaints push Montgomery Council member Roger Berliner to suggest an independent forum.
Popular Father’s Day cards that portray dads as hapless don’t reflect modern fatherhood, some say.
Montgomery County planners updating growth plan solicit public input on future look, feel of downtown.
Traffic signals would automatically change length of green lights to maximize flow and minimize delays.
When it comes to renaming a swath of Montgomery’s Rockville Pike, there’s no shortage of opinions.
Montgomery County community has a chance to rebrand itself as a vibrant, urban area, developers say.
Arlington streetcar and other D.C. improvements are part of a common pattern.
Residents and businesses will pay 5.5 percent more starting July 1 under an increase approved Thursday.
Last year, more than 14,500 cyclists participated in the annual event.
Ajay Bhatt, the head of a citizens group, is fighting the $500 levy and citation issued by Montgomery.
Residents of Rockville senior facilities and nearby communities say they want people to remember suffering.
Montgomery County officials say they’ll find the money to keep popular bike, running trail along light-rail line
More than 600 properties, including 110 homes and businesses, will be bought for 16-mile rail line.
Broken water pipe leaves WSSC without water for half the day.
Bills would have prohibited company from winning light-rail contract until French railway paid Holocaust victims
Katherine Shaver joined The Washington Post in 1997. She has covered crime, courts, education and local government but most prefers writing about how people get — or don’t get — around the Washington region. If she asks about your commute at a cocktail party, she is genuinely interested. Katherine also reports on the region's aging water and sewer infrastructure and the Washington suburbs’ continued transformation into less car-centric and more urban hubs.