Construction of HOT lanes outside the Beltway is scheduled to start later this year.

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Metro, already staring down a $290 million budget shortfall for next year, now has to come up with $125 million to cover unexpected ridership losses this year.

Even among just the U.S. urban areas, the Washington region ranks a mediocre sixth.

Updated at 7:55 a.m. All lanes of Rock Creek Parkway have reopened. @DCPoliceTraffic Street Closure Update N/B Rock Creek Pkwy @ K St NW is clear & all lanes open. — DC Police Traffic (@DCPoliceTraffic) February 21, 2017 Original post at 7:46 a.m. Part of Rock Creek Parkway north is closed Tuesday morning because a […]

Updated at 7:59 a.m. Trains on Metro’s Red Line are no longer sharing a track. But some delays may remain after an earlier incident that involved a work car derailing from the track. at the Judiciary Square stop. Updated at 7:12 a.m. Delays and crowds remain on Metro’s Red Line after a work car derailed […]

One woman died and another was injured after an early morning crash in Loudoun County. The road was closed for several hours near the Dulles Toll Road towards the Dulles Airport/Herndon exit and there are major backups. Herndon: Route 28 near @Dulles_Toll_Rd: All NB lanes closed due to serious crash. Pls use alt routes. […]

From I-66 to the Silver Line, their involvement has kept the region moving — most of the time.

Expect heavy traffic near National Zoo Monday as scores of people visit Bao Bao before she goes to China.

It's a feat you usually see only at the movies, but a number of motorists have saved other drivers by stopping runaway vehicles

Drivers should expect delays Sunday and Monday near the National Zoo.

Langley Park is eager for better public transit but fears redevelopment will push out residents.

Lawmakers and transit administrators say short-term funding penalties unfairly target smaller agencies in Maryland and Virginia.

The D.C. region’s investment in the rail system should match its importance.

More than 100 workers are being investigated for racking up pension time while on possibly “excessive” unpaid leave.

As Metro spiraled downward, where was its watchdog? Snooping around the parking garage to make sure employees weren't parking in reserved spots.

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