The latest Silver Line delays are likely to be a hot topic at the final meeting of the year for the MWAA board of directors.
Try substituting mushrooms for beef. Also: An article outlines the behavioral problems of affluent kids.
Washington state traveler is shocked, embarrassed after TSA officer confiscates a sock monkey’s toy pistol.
The rail line was initially set to open this month, but new delays push it back to well after first of the year.
A matchmaking service is using New York’s subway system to help people find romance.
Metro announces bus route changes for Friday’s 2013 National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Some riders are criticizing a new Metro ad they say is sexist.
The shift has officials at Metro concerned about their bottom line since many of their weekday customers are federal workers.
Recent testing identified needed software modifications to the Automatic Train Control System, officials said.
Montgomery County transportation officials are offering grants to teens who come up with ideas to promote pedestrian safety.
“Compared to other Black Fridays, this was a breeze,” said Donna Thomas of Silver Spring.
Travelers Aid marks 100 years of putting people on the right path in Washington.
Parking garages do not fit Fairfax’s pedestrian-friendly vision, so there are none at the four new stations.
Folks will don wireless headsets to take part in the Silent Disco Dance Party.
New automated traffic enforcement cameras in the District will catch stop sign runners, oversized trucks and those who don’t let pedestrians cross.
A man was injured in one of the accidents.
The separate incidents took place in Northeast and Southeast.
Police have identified the postal worker killed in Landover Saturday as Tyson Jerome Barnette, 26.
Two people were physically assaulted near West Deer Park Road and Summit Hall Road.
New research finds that commuting may have an impact on political participation.
Lori Aratani writes about how people live, work and play in the D.C. region for The Post’s Transportation and Development team. She grew up in California and graduated from Boston University, where she learned the real meaning of cold weather.