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Md. hands-free law allows for emergencies (Post, November 27, 2010; 4:48 PM)
 
Dr. Gridlock's tips (Post, November 27, 2010; 4:53 PM)
 
Cyclist vs. motorist for right of way (Post, November 20, 2010; 5:46 PM)
 
Dr. Gridlock's tips (Post, November 20, 2010; 5:47 PM)
 
Dr. Gridlock's guide to safe D.C. travel during the holidays (Post, November 20, 2010; 5:46 PM)
 
Dr. Gridlock's holiday getaway guide (Post, November 13, 2010; 9:34 PM)
 
Untangling a knot on Fairfax parkway (Post, November 6, 2010; 6:13 PM)
 
Metro shutdown will close some Blue and Orange Line stations next weekend (Post, October 30, 2010; 9:25 PM)
 
New bridge rising in Anacostia River (Post, October 23, 2010; 8:44 PM)
 
N.Y.-Fla. avenues' intersection becomes an even bigger head-scratcher: (Post, October 16, 2010; 2:31 PM)
 
D.C. area's road projects from bird's-eye view (Post, October 9, 2010; 7:28 PM)
 
Metro's Columbus Day weekend disruption (Post, October 2, 2010; 9:34 PM)
 
Northern Virginia transportation plan update (Post, September 25, 2010; 6:27 PM)
 
Graphic: Rebuilding a problematic interchange (washingtonpost.com, September 17, 2010; 11:42 PM)
 
Bring your A-game to FedEx Field (Post, September 12, 2010)
 
Smoothing out Gainesville's snarls: VDOT's solution to bottlenecks around I-66 enters a new phase: Widening Route 29 and building two overpasses where traffic lights and train tracks add up to frustration. (Post, August 22, 2010)
 
Graphic: Map of road realignment in Prince William County, Virginia (washingtonpost.com, August 20, 2010; 10:50 PM)
 
dr. g's tips: dr. g's tips (Post, August 22, 2010)
 
Readers consider the options of street parking experiment (Post, August 22, 2010)
 
For quarter-hoarders, change ahead: Drivers in the District face a mix of experimental systems, allowing payment by cash, credit card or cellphone on meters that vary from neighborhood to neighborhood (Post, August 15, 2010)
 
The private car is still king: A regional survey finds that telework and public transit are making gains, but when it comes to the Washington area commute, the solo drive remains a tough nut to crack. (Post, August 8, 2010)
 
Metro fares a-changin' again: A 10-cent emergency fee ended in June but was followed by varied increases; this week brings new modifications, including a peak-of-the-peak surcharge (Post, August 1, 2010)
 
Bit of Blue turning Green?: Metro's idea to shift some rush-hour cars' routes would ease crowding for many people but leave others waiting longer. How should the agency make sure you don't board the wrong train? (Post, July 25, 2010)
 
No easy route to faster bus trips: Metro looks to ease congestion on busy corridors, saving time and millions (Post, July 18, 2010)
 
Rebuilding the Red Line: The off-peak travel delays will continue, but at least some of the results of this major project should become more visible during the next year (Post, July 11, 2010)
 

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