Traffic & Transit
The Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday will bring some changes to bus service. Monday, Jan. 20, is a federal holiday Keep Reading...
It appears several large potholes have formed on Interstate 95 in Stafford County.
OmniRide and OmniLink buses in Prince William, Manassas, and Manassas Park will have limited service on Tuesday.
A Dumfries riding a motorcycle crashed and died from his injuries.
QUANTICO, Va. – A new bridge that will connect the west side of Quantico Marine Corps Base with U.S. 1 Keep Reading...
Starting a noon today, all regularly scheduled highway construction lane closures were lifted for Christmas.
There will be limited bus service in Prince William, Manassas, and Manassas Park today and no service tomorrow, Christ
Some Alvey Elementary School students said they were injured after riding on a school bus that collided with a car this morning.
Road crews are working this morning to clear icy spots on area roads.
A car drove up an embankment at the Bull Run Shopping Center near Manassas.
Crews on Thursday were out affixing traffic signals to steel poles at the intersection of U.S. 1 and Featherstone Road in Woodbridge.
It appears no foul play was involved in the death of a man found inside a car that ran off the Blackburn Road in Woodbridge.
The driver of a Chrysler 200 was killed Wednesday morning when his car ran off the road in Woodbridge.
Road crews along Interstate 95 in Prince William County will be working on highway signs.
Riders who use Virginia Railway Express are urged to bring a new unwrapped toy with them tomorrow to the train station.
Here’s some good news for those who take the bus from Woodbridge to the Springfield Metro station on Saturdays – the service will be extended, and it still won’t cost you a dime out of pocket.
OmniLink buses in Dumfries today will miss some stops after a tree fell onto Fuller Heights Road.
It will be a slick and icy commute for those headed to work tomorrow morning.
A new system will provide real-time information for local transit buses.
A new law taking affect Jan. 1 will allow drivers to keep license plates on recreational vehicles, as well as those that are not driven all-year-long.
The Thanksgiving breakaway is underway.