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Heavy rain is the main issue for local travel. Some traffic-generating events have been canceled. Soccer fans should note the Metrorail schedule.

School bus fire in Montgomery County closes part of Georgia Avenue. No injuries reported.

No major incidents on area roadways Friday morning, but a wet and messy commute



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Brief power outage at Metro's Farragut West stop. Rail service not impacted.

With the Washington area in for heavy downpours, the transit agency takes steps to ward off flooding.

A study of the 16th Street corridor confirms what bus riders have known all along: Buses move slowly, their arrival times are way off, and when they finally show up, it's often all at once. The good news is that as DDOT collects data to assess the problems plaguing one of the city's busiest corridors, it's also generating possible solutions.

VDOT is about to launch a string of public meetings about its plans to put toll lanes on I-66.

A U.S. Department of Transportation pilot program will encourage overnight deliveries in an effort to relieve congestion on city streets.

The Maryland state inspector takes Dr. Gridlock on a tour of the girders, bolts and concrete that support 15,000 vehicles a day in Prince George's County.

Members of the region's congressional delegation say they'll examine a recommendation from the National Transportation Safety Board to shift oversight of Metro to the Federal Railroad Administration. Such a shift would require congressional approval.

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