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A prominent auto group is calling the D.C. Department of Transportation's decision to make major changes to new bike lanes on Pennsylvania Avenue a good thing.
A plan to improve safety and service reliability on the Metro system needs federal funding. WTOP Sprawl and Crawl reporter, Adam Tuss, follows the money.
Don't expect to bike to work on the District's new bike lanes along Pennsylvania Avenue in Northwest.
Should Virginia road crews have been more aware of the pothole problems near the Telegraph Road Interchange?
A water main break has closed 21st Street between Pennsylvania Avenue and K Street Monday morning.
Metro says there was no safety hazard last week when a Red Line train operator hit the emergency brake because he felt he was getting too close to another train.
The new "barnes dance" crossing at one of the busiest intersections in the District is being met with mixed reviews -- and some confused pedestrians.
"WMATA has the worst safety record in the country, and they need to improve that safety record," Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said on WTOP's Ask the Governor program.
One Metro train approached another too quickly Wednesday, but the transit agency didn't immediately investigate or report the near collision.
Something completely different is coming to one of the busiest intersections in the region