Roadside camera technology has been installed to verify carpool trips on interstates.
The carrier is the first U.S. airline to offer such a deal.
Damaged overpass on highway in Staunton, Va.
Traffic was being diverted to Route 109.
Authorities said the female driver and a passenger fled on foot after rear-ending the trooper's vehicle in a work zone in Arlington County.
The action stems from a 2018 case in which Universal Concrete Product falsified quality-control tests for concrete used to manufacture panels that were installed at stations being built as part of the second phase of the Silver Line.
The aviation industry sees testing as a key strategy for restarting travel — particularly international travel, which has been hardest hit as countries have closed borders and imposed strict quarantines.
Part of I-95 blocked after crash
Nearly 3 out of 5 scooter riders who were hospitalized in the nation’s capital last year were injured riding on the sidewalk.
Delays began at the 11th Street Bridge.
Edward Donaldson will join Metro on Nov. 9 after he retires as the FAA’s System Operations Security director at the end of October.
Several downtown streets to close for the 2020 Women’s March.
Part of M Street in Georgetown is closed because of a water main break.
The Australian company says day-to-day operations of the toll lanes and the partnership with Virginia will not be impacted.
The train was occupied but no injuries were reported, officials said.
Negotiations are underway for the contract worth a potential $1 billion to build the 8000-Series rail cars, the transit agency confirmed Tuesday.
The transit agency also is on a “backward” path with its plan to purchase hundreds of gas-powered buses over the next five years, the Sierra Club said.
Beginning in mid-October, the airline will offer drive-through testing to its customers in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Senators of Virginia and Maryland criticize Metro for scathing audit of the Rail Operations Control Center
Crash closes Baltimore-Washington Parkway