Gabe Klein’s job is to help break down barriers to electrifying transportation, the nation’s top source of greenhouse gas emissions.

A little over a month on the job, Randy Clarke is optimistic while facing lagging ridership and a financial shortfall, saying he doesn’t think the transit agency will have to make drastic cuts next summer.

Richard Golinowski, who took over leadership of Dulles last year, discusses what the future holds for the airport.

Urban patterns created by the streetcar system that have held for more than a century could be shifting amid the pandemic.

Chuck Bean, the director of the D.C. region’s council of governments, says underserved communities need more help to live near, and walk and cycle to, transit stations.

Innovations such as “cool pavement” have the potential to cool down roadways and make walking and biking more pleasant, a researcher says.

Jim Mathews, of the Rail Passengers Association, says the bipartisan infrastructure law’s investments in rail are a path toward better and more passenger rail service.

Veronica Vanterpool was appointed deputy administrator of the Federal Transit Administration in May.

Days after new NHTSA figures showed road fatalities hitting a 16-year high, Jeffrey Michael pointed to the nation’s failure and potential fixes.

Randy Clarke, chief executive of Austin’s public transit system, has been hired to replace retiring Metro General Manager Paul J. Wiedefeld.

Most work on Maryland's Purple Line stopped in September 2020 when the contractor quit. Here's how the new construction team says it will complete the line by late 2026.

A longtime advocate laments the loss of the mask mandate but is optimistic about gains in MetroAccess service and the promise of federal funding to improve accessibility.

The Post spoke with Chryssa Westerlund, of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, about navigating the pandemic and expectations for travel the rest of the year.

When Jennifer Homendy saw the Toyota RAV4 hurtling her way as she sat in Northern Virginia traffic, the chair of the National Transportation Safety Board had only a moment to prepare before experiencing the type of violent collision she has tried to reduce across the country.

Many motorists trapped overnight on an icy Interstate 95 in Virginia in January said they weren't told what was happening. A Pennsylvania official explains how his state communicates directly with stranded motorists.

Rob Britton, a longtime Metro rider and expert in crisis communications, says Metro needs to focus on the basics to lure back riders: trains and buses that riders can depend on, clean stations and working escalators.

The District is pledging to build 10 miles of protected bike lanes this year, which will significantly build upon the existing 24 miles.

With transit agencies in flux, a new report this month is pushing for expanded and modernized regional bus service in the Washington region as a path forward.

Crystal Hancock, a Prince George's County planner, discusses an effort to shape how people will get around in the middle of the next decade.

Andy Alden has explored the physics, environmental considerations and technologies affecting this specialized realm

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