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DDOT is researching rubber flaps to cover streetcar tracks. [Read More]
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Metro officials say plans haven't been finalized. [Read More]
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All 548 cars currently in use will need to be taken out of service in phases over the next year. [Read More]
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Drivers like Monroe Nash of Virginia Beach, who only use tolled facilities occasionally, have experienced a rude surprise: Their accounts were suddenly deactivated because they... [Read More]
The current Greyhound terminal has occupied an acre of city-owned land at Monticello and Brambleton avenues since 1961. [Read More]
Two companies are in the running for the project, which is set to begin in 2020. [Read More]
The latest state government and politics news from the Virginian-Pilot. [Read More]
Philip Shucet helped reform billing and operational issues at the Elizabeth River Crossings after then-Gov. Terry McAuliffe was angered by the company's poor customer service... [Read More]
Northam and his wife lived in the home for more than a decade. [Read More]
Virginia relies on part-time citizen legislators who take a month or two out of their lives to serve. [Read More]
Appropriations Chair Del. Chris Jones, R-Suffolk, said the budget is "nowhere close" to being done. [Read More]
It's one of the most late-breaking, dramatic and unexpected twists of the General Assembly, which is supposed to finish its work by Saturday. And it's... [Read More]
There are plenty of random traditions on the floor of the House and Senate. [Read More]
Nearly 35 bills addressing guns were killed in the first weeks of the General Assembly, just months after the Las Vegas shooting, but weeks before... [Read More]
Virginia may be on its way to completely rewriting its texting and driving law – instead replacing it with an expanded distracted driving law. [Read More]
Most lawmakers deemed Stewart's controversial comments childish and inappropriate. [Read More]
If you get pulled over for going more than 80 mph in Virginia, you could be slapped with a criminal record for reckless driving. [Read More]
Del. David Yancey' HB 453 requires any airport that accepts state aviation funds keep records and submit an annual report on the use of those... [Read More]
If you get pulled over for going more than 80 mph in Virginia, you could be slapped with a criminal record for reckless driving. [Read More]
Lawmakers didn't explicitly say it, but SB 397 sponsor Sen. Lynwood Lewis, D-Accomack, said Republicans didn't want to create another layer of government to deal... [Read More]
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