Station manager Darryl Crawford makes it a point to brighten riders' days with friendly greetings.
Drivers have become more reliant on GPS and technology, but a D.C. cab driver who's been driving for nearly 50 years says there's something to say for knowing your way around.
Overcrowded 11Y buses have left commuters experiencing longer commutes than usual.
Eugene Chay has "an inner desire to be a superhero." He's also had his own medical issues. So when a woman collapsed on the Red Line, he leaped into action.
Serenity Wolf commutes 5 times a week from Taneytown, Md., to make her dreams of diversifying education options a reality.
The broken cooling system at Metro's Dupont Circle and Farragut North stations have made life hard for commuters. But for those who sweat too much anyway, it's even worse.
Outside the Newseum, a banner serves as a daily reminder that journalist Austin Tice is being held hostage in the Middle East. But the future of the banner is in doubt as the museum prepares to close.
Aira allows blind commuters navigate transit's tricky stations with the assistance of a remote personal assistant.
For restaurants along Alexandria's waterfront, Metro's shutdown is only a slight ripple. Closer to King Street, the effects are more palpable.
Responding officers allegedly lost interest after hearing the man didn't expose himself.