Metrorail has closed 11 stations as security measures grow in the nation’s capital ahead of Inauguration Day.
On Wednesday, Metro announced several service adjustments ahead of next week's Inauguration Day. Meanwhile, Metropolitan D.C. Police also announced multiple road closures in the District.
Uber announced that it will send users up-to-date information about unrest at state capitols ahead of Inauguration Day and “will not hesitate” to ban users who violate its policies on “violent behavior and illegal activity.”
Federal officials say they will allow operators to fly small drones over people and at night, potentially giving a boost to commercial use of the machines.
A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) explosives detection canine who will soon work at Washington Dulles International Airport is featured in the new 2021 TSA free downloadable calendar.
TSA officers stopped a man with a loaded gun at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport on Monday.
Metro’s Red Line trains are bypassing the Medical Center station in Bethesda after an FBI agent reportedly shot someone on a car near the station.
Two Metro stations will close in February to allow for construction through May, WMATA announced Monday.
Metro's budget shortfall during the pandemic could have a huge impact on service.
The state of Maryland and the group of contractors working on the Purple Line have settled their lawsuits – paving the way to putting the light-rail project back on track.
Metro will likely offer buyouts to eligible employees in an attempt to reduce the number of layoffs needed due to a $176 million budget shortfall brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
West Virginia highway enforcers are taking part in this year’s Click It or Ticket effort that begins Monday.
A "Trump train" of the president's supporters is taking up the middle lane of the Capital Beltway on Sunday afternoon. And many fellow motorists aren't happy.
Metro has received formal requests to change the names of two stations in the D.C. region.
The union representing employees at a Prince George’s County Motor Vehicle Administration branch say no one from management told them that one of their workers died of COVID-19 over the weekend. Instead, they say they found out about his death from social media.
A Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration employee has died after testing positive for the novel coronavirus, the Maryland Department of Transportation confirmed Tuesday.
Major delays are being reported along a large section of Metrorail's Red Line Friday afternoon.
A Reston man is facing charges after he allegedly tried to rape a woman who was alone on a Silver Line car with her child Tuesday night.
Metro Transit Police are looking for a suspect who they say attacked a woman in front of her child on a Silver Line train in Northern Virginia Tuesday evening.
The Metro Board of Directors today voted to implement dramatic service cuts if federal funding isn’t available by the end of the year.