Officials in Prince George’s county are warning drivers that a Redskins game at FedEx field will likely impact the evening commute.
The Redskins are playing Thursday night football at FedExField, the Nationals have a doubleheader at the ball park and we’re looking at a chance of rain that could make things even worse for D.C. commuters’ ride home.
A 10-inch water main break on Russell Avenue is causing major flooding, and ultimately shut down the road in both directions.
AAA estimates the average commute during rush hour is 25 percent longer with everybody back from vacation and the kids in school. But there are workarounds that could save a few minutes and maybe your sanity.
Authorities recovered a body from the Potomac River after a car traveling on the George Washington Memorial Parkway apparently left the road and plunged into the river.
Transportation officials in Washington say a portion of H Street will be closed for several hours while emergency responders take part in a drill involving the yet-to-start streetcar system.
The Maryland Transportation Authority says commuters should be aware of major construction on I-95 and consider alternative routes.
The Obama administration said Monday it is taking a first step toward requiring that future cars and light trucks be equipped with technology that enables them to warn each other of potential danger in time to avoid collisions.
A reported head-on crash closed all lanes on the westbound span of the Bay Bridge for several hours Saturday.
D.C. motorists should prepare themselves for road closures from Aug. 4-7 as the leaders of more than 40 African countries come to town for the 2014 U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit.