Metro riders will get a break from most work this weekend with four of the system’s five lines operating with regular weekend service.
Amtrak and commuter train service between Washington and Baltimore have been reopened after being suspended earlier Friday because of sagging overhead power lines.
Metro’s general manager says about four more years of major track work are in store for the transit system’s aging rail network.
Major road closures are now underway as the Grand Prix of Baltimore gets closer. This weekend, Indy cars will roar through the streets downtown and that means no access to some of Baltimore’s major arteries for the next five days.
Washington-area commuters will be dealing with a variety of road construction projects in all three jurisdictions this summer.
May is Bike Month and Bike to Work Day organizers want you to take two wheels to work on May 20.
It’s another round of winter weather. The worry this time isn’t snow. It’s ice and that means area crews are approaching things a bit differently.
Commuters heading from Annapolis to Washington will soon have access to an additional parking lot.
Some drivers started their commute early Friday as many streets around the area remained slick with snow and ice.