Rolling to Remember street closures planned Sunday in Washington

The Rolling to Remember motorcycle demonstration will return to Washington this Memorial Day weekend, bringing Sunday road closures to the nation’s capital.

By Washington Post StaffMay 25, 2023

Court official: DMV knew of DUIs of woman charged in fatal D.C. crash

The assertion from the Superior Court spokesman increases pressure on city officials to explain how they handled the woman’s license.

By Luz Lazo and Emily DaviesMay 24, 2023

Maryland state trooper struck by suspected drunk driver on Beltway

Both men were hospitalized and released after Monday morning's wreck.

By Dan MorseMay 22, 2023

Metro email policy under scrutiny after probe into Russia computer intrusion

As a policy, Metro deletes work emails after six months. The Office of the Inspector General said that time frame can be detrimental to investigations and safety.

By Justin GeorgeMay 20, 2023

Potomac Yard Metro station, decades in the making, opens in Alexandria

The new stop on the Blue and Yellow lines is Metro’s 98th station, located between the Reagan National Airport and Braddock Road stations.

By Michael LarisMay 19, 2023

Want to walk to DCA? Plans for pedestrian airport bridge move forward.

Arlington County Board members signed off on a basic design for CC2DCA, which would connect Reagan National Airport with the Crystal City neighborhood.

By Teo ArmusMay 18, 2023

Computer in Russia breached Metro system amid security concerns, report says

The inspector general’s report surfaced deep-rooted problems that the watchdog’s officials say leave the transit agency vulnerable to attacks.

By Justin George and Ian DuncanMay 17, 2023

D.C. Council poised to delay K Street plan, add buses and ride-hailing charge

The budget that the council is set to vote on Tuesday would restore D.C. Circulator routes and supports a 25-cent surcharge on ride-hailing trips.

By Michael Brice-Saddler and Luz LazoMay 15, 2023

Feds release updated $8.8 billion redevelopment plan for Union Station

The revised vision for the rail station includes less parking, an underground drop-off area, and integrated bus, pedestrian and bike access.

By Luz LazoMay 13, 2023

D.C. leaders to decide fate of long-planned K Street Transitway project

Amid a tight budget, some lawmakers want to pause one of the mayor’s most prized projects and use the money for other priorities.

By Luz LazoMay 13, 2023

Metro moving toward rail car design that allows for more space

Transit officials visited a rail yard in New York to see subway cars that use the "open gangway” style Metro is considering for its 8000 series cars.

By Justin GeorgeMay 11, 2023

Bill proposes 28 new daily flights at DCA, with longer distances

The bipartisan measure, which seeks an exemption to federal rules that limit long-distance flights at Reagan National Airport, is opposed by D.C.-area lawmakers.

By Lori ArataniMay 11, 2023

How 6 million D.C. traffic tickets went unpaid

About 6.2 million traffic tickets totaling nearly $1.3 billion in fines and penalties have not been paid to the District since 2000. Here’s why so many people can get away without paying the fines.

By Luz LazoMay 11, 2023

Budget tensions emerge as D.C. Council prepares for vote

In working on the 2024 budget, D.C. lawmakers are considering cuts to several popular programs, at times pitting more urgent initiatives against projects with longer timelines.

By Michael Brice-Saddler and Lauren LumpkinMay 7, 2023

Metro to increase Red Line train frequency to help alleviate overcrowding

Trains will run every six minutes or less during peak hours in the middle of the week, the transit agency said.

By Justin GeorgeMay 5, 2023

Metro deals blow to fare-free bus plan in win for Bowser

Several D.C. Council members raised questions about the plan this week, days after the mayor organized support for the competing K Street Transitway project.

By Justin George and Michael Brice-SaddlerMay 4, 2023

Bowser, D.C. Council’s feud over public transit vision escalates

The mayor sought to rally against a proposal for free Metrobus service that would mostly defund a project she said is critical to rejuvenating downtown.

By Luz Lazo, Justin George and Michael Brice-SaddlerMay 1, 2023

Man shot in bus bay in Northeast D.C.; delays on some Metrobus routes

Bus service was rerouted from the station while police investigated.

By Justin GeorgeMay 1, 2023

Autism awareness project connects kids and the trains they love

A special transit announcement project is taking place this month as part of autism awareness month at Metro and transit systems in other cities.

By Justin GeorgeApril 29, 2023

Beltway in Northern Virginia reopens after serious crash

Virginia State Police said the incident happened around 3:50 a.m. near the Beltway's Van Dorn Street exit.

By Dana HedgpethApril 28, 2023