Part of Edsall Road in Alexandria, Va., is closed Tuesday morning due to a water main break. The closure is expected to last until at least noon. ICYMI: Edsall Rd CLOSED btwn S Van Dorn St and S Whiting St, water main break. (til at least 12p) #Alexandria #VaTraffic #DCTraffic https://t.co/nb3VFR1abs pic.twitter.com/N3Ylw2xO2o — WTOP Traffic (@WTOPtraffic) […]
Train service on Metro’s Yellow Line is suspended between the Pentagon City and L'Enfant Plaza stops. And on the Blue Line, trains are not running between the Pentagon City and Arlington Cemetery stops.
Six defendants are set to begin facing a jury Monday on rioting charges.
Helen Lew, who was criticized during her tenure for failing to make her findings public, joined her successor’s pleas for more independence.
Experts recommend leaving early and traveling on Thanksgiving Day to avoid the rush.
Metro says its recent crackdown on fare evasion isn't just about the money — it's about keeping order and reducing assaults on the transit agency's drivers and other staff members. The Nov. 16 arrest of a fare evader with a gun demonstrates why it's not a bad idea.
A female bus rider felt her seatmate leaning uncomfortably close. Then, she looked in his direction.
When transit police officers pulled aside the 21-year-old for apparent fare evasion, officials say, he started a scuffle and threw an illegal firearm onto the train tracks.
The changes could also affect other infrastructure projects, state and local officials say.
Several crashes along Interstate 95 north in Northern Virginia are causing traffic delays Friday morning. One crash is along the interstate near Quantico. Another crash Nb 95 after Quantico w BIG delays #VAtraffic #SkyTrak7 #GMW pic.twitter.com/IpkDdFUdrO — Julie Wright (@thejuliewright) November 17, 2017 And there was an earlier crash along the interstate between Triangle and […]
An animal on the track is causing trains to share a track between the Silver Spring and Forest Glen stops.
The transit agency’s latest performance report showed improvements in reliability and on-time arrival, albeit with fewer rail cars and longer intervals between them. But bus ridership has decreased dramatically from last year.
Council members say they’re concerned new lanes could worsen auto-dependent sprawl.
A University of Maryland researcher is conducting a study to find out.
Police say the area is safe.