The closure is expected to be a problem lasting into the Friday morning commute and could have a big impact on commuters who travel between D.C. and Maryland via 16th Street.
Transit agencies serving Washington, D.C., say they're missing out on significant ticket sales and over revenue during the partial federal government shutdown.
D.C. police are warning drivers to expect road closures and parking restrictions. Vehicles that break the rules can be ticketed or towed
The Inner Loop of the Capital Beltway has a four-mile backup near Branch Avenue as of 6:30 a.m. Thursday due to a car fire.
Traffic was backed up for miles Wednesday morning and was still barely moving hours after a crash on the Capital Beltway's Outer Loop.
Metro says it has canceled track work plans for Sunday and reopened three rail stations due to the winter storm that's dumped up to 6 inches of snow on the region.
Drivers were continuing to find delays Wednesday morning on the Capital Beltway after the Outer Loop was temporarily closed in Prince George's County due to a multi-vehicle crash.
Some residents are worried that new bike lanes along 17th Street would disrupt traffic flow, but advocates are excited about the proposed change. News4's Adam Tuss reports.
The "House of Cards" star was nearly issued a ticket for driving over the speed limit on his way home from the court hearing where he pleaded not guilty to a sexual assault allegation.
Adam Tuss is News4's Transportation Reporter. Adam has covered transportation issues for more than a decade in Washington, including for News4, WTOP radio and the Washington Examiner.You can follow Adam on Twitter here.
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