A Centreville resident whose gun was loaded with 13 bullets was cited on weapons charges by airport police.

Since the program began in June, more than 32,000 people have paid $44 million in fines without facing late fees.

The service is a response to growing demand for increased service between the two capital cities and is part of a plan to re-energize Richmond’s historic station.

Widespread errors found in electronic toll collection.

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As ridership hovers near historic lows, Metro’s leaders are hopeful federal workers soon will return en masse, but acknowledge they need other options if they don’t.

Nancy Pullen-Seufert says protecting children in a pandemic also can help keep them safer on foot and bike.

The plan had been met with protests and more than 100 messages to the transit agency in opposition.

Rainfall totals in a 24-hour period showed much of the D.C. area received 1 to 3 inches, with parts of Frederick County getting more than 4 inches of rain.

Metro said Montgomery leaders want the Metro station to reflect development in the surrounding area.

Regional planners say completing the Washington area’s trail network would better connect lower-income areas to transit and jobs.

The move is a step toward converting the transit agency’s fleet to electric by 2045.

Students were safely evacuated from the bus.

The city used eminent domain to acquire the property, where it is planning a $35 million remake of the treacherous roundabout.

The transit agency is once again considering restructuring fares after Metro’s board passed discounts and fee waivers for bus and rail customers in June.

The Sunday afternoon crash on Rockville Pike is being investigated by Metro and Montgomery County police.

The immediate order issued late Thursday comes after four incidents since August in which trains improperly moved into work zones, which restrict or prohibit train traffic.

A bid team led by Spanish firm Cintra has alleged that the winning bidder used "unrealistic" construction cost estimates

The transit agency on Friday cited a change in policy stemming from its pandemic-era hours and said it would have extended its hours if the football team had paid for the service.

Flooded roads caused some vehicles to be stranded in D.C. region.

The four-month amnesty deal began June 1 as the city ended a year-long pandemic-induced reprieve from some ticketing.

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