Autonomous vehicles could cut traffic and pollution — or make them worse, planners say.

Organizers hope Warren's appearance will add momentum to their campaign to win a $15 minimum wage for food service workers who prepare airline meals.

The man was taken to a hospital with injuries not believed to be life-threatening, police said.

At a House hearing, relatives said Boeing must be held responsible for two crashes that killed more than 300.

Reps. Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows said they want to determine whether the investigation was “a whitewash.”

The hearing is the third convened by a House subcommittee looking into two fatal crashes.

Riders on Metro's Red Line should expect delays.

Crews had been working to repair flood damage from last week to Canal Road. It's now open.

Southwest said it will "vigorously defend" against the claims in the suit, which was filed Thursday.

Work crews will begin installing speed tables, markings and signs to get motorists to slow down.

Riders on Metro's Yellow and Green lines face delays.

The free app and associated website will provide riders with audio-based navigation.

There are ramp and bridge girders sprouting, and crews are removing trees, relocating utilities and sound walls to make way for the new toll lanes.

Crews continue to fix Canal Road, which suffered major flooding from Monday's storm.

Washingtonians can be split into four categories based on their travel habits, according to a new analysis.

A grand jury wants documents and testimony related to an ethics inquiry by Metro.

Whether the light-rail line will begin carrying passengers in August 2022 remains in dispute.

A National Transportation Safety Board investigation determined the truck driver, and not the autonomous shuttle, was primarily to blame for the minor crash.

Crews are working to repair damage to part of Canal Road from Monday's heavy rains.

But an analysis says there’s hope for a better bus system if recommendations are carried out.

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