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It only takes a little bit of ice to cause problems. Some defensive driving measures may help you on area roads.
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.
Facing major traffic delays on one of the busiest travel days of the year, Delaware officials gave motorists on Interstate 95 a break.
A new campaign is urging drivers to put down the phones in construction zones.
On most weekdays, almost every bridge across the Potomac River has construction, and that construction is making the commute for some anything but normal.
More people in the region are expected to hit the road this year for Memorial Day than last year, partly due to better economic conditions. (AP)
WTOP's Adam Tuss says road closures will remain in effect around the area until after Tuesday's rush hour.
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A new law will make it more difficult for foreign companies operating red light cameras to access your personal information.