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Ridership on buses serving the Dulles Corridor has increased 4 percent on weekdays and 7 percent on weekends with the arrival of the new Metro line.

Bus ridership is down in Fairfax County, while rail usage appears to be up since the opening of the Silver Line.

The commute has begun to calm for the summer, there will be plenty of travel in the D.C. region this holiday week.

Some road construction projects are starting, and so is the District's pothole-patching campaign.

Travelers will need to watch the weather, as well as numerous lane closings for road work and special events.

The major traffic event of the week could be the street closings for the State of the Union speech Tuesday, but there is road and transit work scheduled across the region.

Here's what you need to know for getting around the region on Thursday and Friday.

A roundup of transit changes for Veterans Day.

Monday is Columbus Day, which means service changes for commuter trains and buses.