The announcement came the same day Metro announced it was expanding its SelectPass program, which is growing in popularity.
Police officer Ken Blass, who patrols Framingham, Mass., has seen it all: people slurping cereal while driving, reading books, shaving.
However, advocates are concerned about access to the new technology.
The 16-day repair project starting Saturday will shut down train travel between Fort Totten and Silver Spring.
The London Times says Russian cybercriminals have been enjoying five-star vacations using the frequent-flier miles of unsuspecting British customers
The industry forum will be held one week before company responses are due for state's "request for information."
Drivers in Northern Virginia should expect delays Wednesday morning after a crash. The ramp from the northbound side of the George Washington Parkway onto the outer loop of the Beltway is blocked. It is not clear how long the ramp will be closed. Drivers are advised to avoid the area. Crash blocks ramp from Nb […]
Repairs have been completed and lane reopened, state highway officials said around 7 p.m..
Experts recommend leaving early and traveling on Thanksgiving Day to avoid the rush.
Chattanooga Battalion Fire Chief Lesley Morgan described the elephants as "'HUGE,' but well behaved."
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.
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.