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Numbers Show Metro May Actually Be Improving — But Will Riders Return?

Nearly nine out of every ten Metrorail trips were on time in August, an achievement largely due to the prevalence of new trains and improved railcar maintenance, according to data released by the D.C. region’s transit authority on Monday.

Va. transit ridership drops amid Metro track work

Transit ridership in Northern Virginia fell in the year ending in June, particularly dragged down by a steep drop on Metro, new data suggest.

September surge in traffic expected to begin Tuesday morning

After the long Labor Day weekend, Tuesday will be back to work for Congress and vacationers and back to school for kids who haven’t returned to class just yet.

Montgomery Co. parks launch bike-share program

Montgomery Parks announced it is teaming up with Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Zagster, Inc. to bring a bike-share program to Black Hill Regional Park and Wheaton Regional Park.

Everything You Need To Know About The Purple Line

The Purple Line light-rail project in the Maryland suburbs has finally been released from its legal limbo.