DDOT officials say the 14th St NW and F St NW raod closures will continue through the overnight hours and likely into Friday.
Thursday, officials set a high goal for donations collected on the toll road for this year's event.
All proceeds from the Dulles Greenway on Thursday go to several charities and organizations
Biking is a healthy way to get to work. Ten thousand of us are expected to do just that on Friday!
Amanda Kloehr was driving to see a friend near Norfolk when she slammed into a tractor trailer at full speed.
In today's Extra Mile report, our Monika Samtani says out of tragedy the Mandela family brings awareness, and a global campaign right here today in Washington.
May is Global Youth Traffic Safety Month...and one thing which comes to mind is the dangers of teens texting and driving.
For the next month the District Department of Transportation will work to repair identified potholes within 48 hours instead of its normal 72-hour response time.
In 2012, the District of Columbia made more than one million dollars off of boot removal fees.
USA Today film critic Dennis Moore talked to us about the newcomer in the title role, Chadwick Boseman, who is a Howard University graduate and who worked really hard to perfect Jackie Robinson's swing.
Looking for some place special for Sunday brunch? The Curious Grape Wine Dine and Shop debuts it's Sparkling Sunday brunch this weekend.
We expect long lines at the airport, but if Congress doesn't come up with a budget plan, we are in for long lines and major delays at the airport beginning March 1.
The Express Lanes team wanted to know drivers first impressions of the road. It surveyed 1700 people.
"America is one big pothole right now," outgoing Secretary of Transportation Lahood told NPR's Diane Rehm in a live interview Wednesday.