Our most recent storm is in “a state of flux” early today, but it is still causing pockets of heavy rainfall across parts of the Northeast and in the mid-Atlantic states.
Officials say passengers on a Southwest Airlines flight at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport were delayed while authorities searched for an object “that raised the concerns of the airline.”
Maintenance work will affect four of Metro’s five lines this weekend.
The Maryland Transit Administration is warning travelers to expect delays on MARC’s Penn Line train due to Hurricane Irene.
Metro says weekend track work will cause delays of up to 30 minutes on the red and orange lines. Metro will begin track work Friday at 10 p.m. and continue work through Sunday
Thunderstorms in the Washington region are causing about 200 traffic lights to malfunction in Montgomery County.
Maryland transportation officials are warning there will be heavier than normal traffic on the Bay Bridge due to a fundraising motorcycle ride.
Metro riders traveling on parts of the red, green, orange and blue lines should expect delays this weekend.
Metro customers traveling on the red, blue and orange lines should expect to add 20 minutes to their commutes this weekend because of track work.
Baltimore’s Grand Prix is just a couple of months away, but it’s causing some havoc downtown as of Monday.
A sewer line break between Rockville and Garrett Park and signal problems are causing delays for MARC riders on all Brunswick Line trains into Washington.
Washington drivers can expect major traffic tie-ups next month as one of the city’s key roads shrinks in size.