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Chris Core, commentator
Facing a huge budget gap, Maryland is looking for creative ways to raise money, including charging drivers more when they get pulled over.
The WTOP listening area may have the worst driving commute in the country but it isn't all bad news out there. A study indicates D.C. roads are among the nation's safest.
Tags: National Highway Safety Association , Governors Highway Safety Association , National Highway Traffic Safety Administration , Insurance Institute for Highway Safety , traffic accidents , Traffic deaths
Bad, but perhaps unsurprising news for area commuters: A new report indicates drivers in the Washington area lead the country in time and money wasted in traffic.
The Virginia Department is warning that delays on northbound Route 28 near Wellington Road will continue for weeks as one lane will shut down for a construction project.
Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) said his efforts to limit parking at the Alexandria administrative center were not part of the new defense authorization bill.
Miles-long backups are being reported for drivers approaching the Interstate 95 toll plaza in Newark, Del.
Two of the nation's most congested roads during Thanksgiving are in the Washington area, a new report finds, unwelcome news for the over one million heading home for the holiday.
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CEO of Bonneville, the WTOP parent company, Bruce Reese warmly congratulates our own Bob Marbourg --the dean of Washington traffic -- for his 25 years on WTOP's airwaves.