- Traffic Change I-95 HOV and Franconia-Springfield Parkway Interchange
- Expect HOV Lane Closures This Summer
- I-95 Express Lanes nearing completion
- One ramp opens, one closes on D.C. freeway
- VDOT expands road information available on Web
- New phase of Third Street Tunnel project getting underway
- Construction begins on trail between Prince George’s County and Washington, D.C.
- Lane Closures on I-95 Continue this Summer as 95 Express Lanes Construction Advances
Three weeks after Metro’s Silver Line started carrying passengers between Northern Virginia and Washington, commuters are giving it mixed reviews.
When I think of the controversy about telecommuting at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, I’m reminded of a line from “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan”: “The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.”
Fifty years ago, on August 17, 1964, the final piece of the Capital Beltway was opened to traffic, forever changing the Washington region in ways that went far beyond just transportation.
Crews are widening I-66 inside the Beltway by adding a lane westbound from Washington Boulevard in Arlington, Va to the Dulles Access Road in Falls Church, Va. News4 Transportation Reporter Adam Tuss found out, for some, the project hits too close to home.
Metro’s answer to Blue Line riders who have asked the transit authority to restore rush hour trains that were cut to make way for the Silver Line is: there is simply no more room.