Transportation & Infrastructure

Metro shutdown begins Saturday May 25

While Virginians should plan ahead to avoid this weekend’s holiday traffic, Virginia and D.C. area subway riders should also prepare to face difficult commutes when the longest shutdown in Metro history begins...

Metro shutdown causes chaos for riders

The Metro shutdown is officially underway and things are not exactly going smoothly. The stations closed by the shutdown are all Blue and Yellow line stations south of Reagan...

Nearly 650 Virginia bridges are ‘structurally deficient’

Over six hundred of Virginia’s 13,931 bridges are structurally deficient, according to a report from the American Road Transportation Builders Association. Virginia has seen a steep reduction in the...
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License suspended? Here’s how to get it back.

A new law restored driving privileges to 30,000 Virginians whose licenses were previously suspended due to unpaid court fines, but tens of thousands more eligible Virginians must enroll before next year to...

Tesla service center coming to Virginia Beach

Electric car maker Tesla Inc. plans to open a service center in Virginia Beach. The company has signed a lease for a 9,580-square-foot space at 573 Central Drive in Virginia Beach, a...

Lime scooters coming to Fairfax County; sidewalks are upset

Good news, Fairfax County. You now have one more option for getting from point A to point B, and it doesn't involve paying more tolls or sitting in traffic on Chainbridge Road....

Virginia is One of The Worst States to Drive in. These Bills Could Fix...

Increased gas taxes will pay for road improvements and passenger rail. The most significant transportation package in decades is progressing in the Virginia General Assembly.

Virginia approves alternatives during Metro blue and yellow line shutdowns

Tens of thousands of Virginians will be affected by this summer’s Metro shutdown of six Blue and Yellow Line stations, according to WTOP. The Commonwealth Transportation Board approved $3.6...

Democrats push to end drivers license suspension law

An estimated 638,000 Virginians are currently affected by drivers license suspension for not paying court fines - a practice, which has been called a modern “debtor’s prison.”