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Things have settled down since the new tolls on I-66 hit $40, but some commuters still feel conned.

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Melvin Nesbitt Jr. has been using Metro as an extension of his studio, sketching other passengers with quick strokes of crayons on his way to his studio.

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A survey found that many drivers use smartphones for work-related reasons while driving because they feel the need to be available at all times.

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Rental agencies want you to pay for electronic tolling services even if you don't cross a toll gantry.

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A Purdue University study found that crashes were particularly frequent near where players might capture the game's sought-after cartoon characters.

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Police officer Ken Blass, who patrols Framingham, Mass., has seen it all: people slurping cereal while driving, reading books, shaving.

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The London Times says Russian cybercriminals have been enjoying five-star vacations using the frequent-flier miles of unsuspecting British customers

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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.

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Metro has kept its Office of Inspector General (OIG) under such tight control that the transit agency at one time installed keystroke monitors that could see what the watchdog was up to, a Senate panel says. The panel also found that even when Metro’s new inspector general, Geoffrey Cherrington, was writing in response to the […]

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An insurance industry website offers a novel map of the most likely times and places for road rage by looking at Instagram postings on #RoadRage.

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