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Widening Interstate 95 between D.C. and Richmond should be Virginia's top transportation priority, but a national transportation research group adds a twist and it involves Potomac Mills.
U.S. Capitol Police will close a number of streets around the U.S. Capitol during the State of the Union address Tuesday.
When you have to go, you have to go, but exactly where some Metro train operators have been going is disturbing.
Two Metro Board members unexpectedly stepped down from their positions Thursday.
While Metro Board members have remained very tight-lipped about actual names of candidates, a Metro source tells WTOP the list of finalists being put together includes a candidate or candidates from outside the realm of public transit.
Tags: WMATA , Metro , public transportation , Jeff McKay , Greater Washington Board of Trade , Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments , Peter Benjamin , Richard Sarles , John Catoe , Adam Tuss ,
Hate the traffic around the malls this time of year? WTOP has you covered.
Is Metro in need of a major shakeup? A new report says there's plenty to change at the transit agency.
Weeks after a Virginia man was arrested and charged with plotting attacks against the Metro system, the transit agency is looking for two other men who may have been videotaping stations and trains.
Some new red light cameras along busy commuter routes in D.C. are about to start sending out fines.
One lane of U.S. 340 in Frederick County will be blocked periodically between 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Wednesday.