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Thanks to a record-setting heat wave, the District won't be getting a white Christmas. But with more people on the road and in the air, travel officials said, the clear weather means fewer headaches and more time with family.
The Obama administration's deal with Iran to slow the country's nuclear production activities could be good news for drivers just in time for holiday-season driving.
First there was a new casino and table games, then came "inherently dangerous" dogs, and now Maryland's transportation system has joined the growing list of legislative issues state lawmakers are hoping get onto the special-session agenda next week.
A drop in gas prices means a boost in Memorial Day travel for D.C.-area vacationers, officials with AAA Mid-Atlantic said Tuesday.
Mayor Vincent C. Gray told the D.C. Council on Tuesday he hopes to cover "the entire city" with traffic cameras, providing fuel to critics who feel his pro-safety message is a smoke screen for reaping greatly needed revenue.
High gas prices will mean fewer people traveling by car this Independence Day weekend, according to travel estimates released Monday, but steep charges at the pump don't mean that highways won't still be jammed.
The District has the highest percentage of "unfit" motorists, who do not have the basic knowledge to pass a written driver's test, according to a national study by GMAC Insurance.
Gas prices $1-per-gallon higher than this time last year are not likely to deter area motorists from traveling on Memorial Day weekend, although estimates released Tuesday suggest they will spend less when they get where they're going.
An estimated 634,200 area residents taking vacations over this Fourth of July holiday will set a record for summer travel, according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.