Travel woes. If you feel like you’re spending too much time sitting in traffic, you are not alone.
Amtrak’s busy Northeast Corridor will run at half its normal capacity Friday, the fourth day in a row that winter weather has disrupted service.
It started early and fell faster and harder than many expected. Derek Valcourt has the details on how the snow created traffic troubles for some motorists.
Annual summer arts performances at Metro stations are starting.
We got through the snowstorm and now we must weather the bitter cold. Before the sun rises, we could break a record.
Getting to work by bus or rail could get pricey for Marylanders starting January 1.
Drivers on the Jones Falls Expressway could be looking at more delays as the City Department of Transportation gets ready to start a 10-month repair project.
Hundreds of customers are without power and motorists are facing a messy morning commute as Tropical Storm Andrea brings heavy rains to the mid-Atlantic region.
Nearly 207,000 workers commute into Baltimore, ranking the city among the highest in the nation, according to new census figures.
Maryland’s Senate president says he’s confident Gov. Martin O’Malley will submit a transportation funding measure early next week.
MDTA employees will collect toys from customers of toll facilities and the Port of Baltimore. Follow the link for locations.
Washington-area residents and local leaders are preparing for a difficult Monday morning commute in parts of the region because of storm damage.