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When you think of the good old days do you think of your childhood, or maybe when you were in high school or college? For some people, like those who work for or are otherwise linked to Uncle Sam, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says the good old days may be as recent as this time last year when we thought times were tough.
A commute on I-66 can be a dreadful drive, but the Virginia Department of Transportation is looking for ways to make it better.
An accident on the Inner Loop of the Beltway will cause delays from the American Legion Bridge beyond Bethesda and into Silver Spring through the afternoon rush hour.
Construction on the bridge over the Northwest Branch in Silver Spring will bring lane changes this week, and will slow down traffic.
Driving on the Beltway can be dangerous, and an analysis of traffic data from the past ten years shows that deadly accidents happen most often along one particular stretch of the highway.
Time is money, and a new report says some major transportation investments could save area residents both.
The Capital Beltway near Capitol Heights has reopened after rushing water from a burst main froze on the road's surface and completely shut down the southbound traffic Monday morning.
A man was killed, and another man is in serious condition after their car broke down on the beltway and was struck by another vehicle.
A new campaign is urging drivers to put down the phones in construction zones.
Some say Arlington County is way ahead of the curve when it comes to smart, sustainable transportation. Others say the county is hindering regional transportation projects. WTOP's Adam Tuss and Hank Silverberg take a closer look at transportation issues in Arlington.
Tags: I-395 , I-95 , High Occupancy Toll lanes , HOT lanes , Capital Beltway , I-66 , Bob McDonnell , Rosslyn-Ballston corridor , Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance , Bob Chase , Arlington County Board , Jay Fisette , Adam Tuss , Hank Silverberg