Problems with the Silver Line's signaling system are pushing back its launch date yet again, but officials say the contractor will foot the bill.
The storm that recently buried the Washington metropolitan area made traveling a mess, but the snow can illustrate how planners could design safer streets.
The head of the D.C. Taxicab Commission says a significant number of cab drivers are still refusing to accept their passengers' credit cards. And now one city council member says her daughter was locked in a taxi over a payment dispute.
In his first interview since taking office, Virginia's new transportation secretary talks about his priorities—and says he supports a new bill that places public transit on equal footing with highways.
Metro's plans call for a series of upgrades to rail service through 2025, but whether the plans come to fruition depends on the transit agency receiving local and federal funding. And that's far from guaranteed.
D.C.'s speed cameras are successfully slowing down drivers and reducing crashes and related injuries, according to a study of 87 existing camera locations by the District Department of Transportation.
The $3 billion Silver Line rail extension through Virginia's Tysons Corner is one step closer to opening to the public.
One of D.C.'s most popular bike paths has fallen into disrepair, say advocates, who complain no progress has been made on the trail since 2011. Now they're trying to jumpstart the work.
Concerns about passenger safety are prompting officials to take a long look at ride sharing apps.
Months after new city regulations began requiring D.C.'s taxicabs to accept credit card payments, many drivers still flout the law.
The federal government is moving closer to requiring all new cars and trucks communicate with each other. That technology, regulators say, could reduce crashes by up to 80 percent.
Metro's top executive says cold weather is mostly to blame for mechanical problems snarling rail commutes.
In their final debate before two upcoming caucus votes this week, the three Democratic candidates running for their party’s nomination to fill a vacant seat on the Arlington County board laid out their positions on one of the most divisive issues in the race: the future of the $300 million Columbia Pike streetcar project.
Montreal's bike share company, which also supplies equipment and technology to the largest bike share systems in the U.S., has filed for bankruptcy—but transportation officials in the U.S. say that won't have any immediate impact on operations.
A survey of hundreds of commuters underscores what the D.C. region already knows: the transportation network needs some serious attention.
The agency building the Silver Line Metrorail extension through Virginia's Tysons Corner is raising hopes that the first phase of the $6 billion project could open to passenger service this spring.
More than 700 cab drivers must now find a new way to process credit card payments.
Metro will begin testing an open payment system this year, giving commuters the option of using their credit cards, federal government IDs, or smartphones to speedily pay fares.
D.C.'s Taxicab Commission placed undercover "test passengers" in cabs to find drivers who are violating a slate of new regulations, including mandatory credit card acceptance.
Its 1970s-era rail cars creaking with age, Metro finally stepped into the 21st century on Monday, as the transit authority unveiled the first four in its fleet of modern trains scheduled to begin carrying passengers by the end of the year.