Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
The agency that operates the region’s Metrorail system expects to take control of the behind-schedule Silver Line extension through Tysons Corner later this month.
The first phase of Metro’s $2.8 billion extension in Virginia is now expected to be completed in November to open in early 2014.
A federal audit of the authority that runs metropolitan Washington’s two major airports has revealed more problems, including overreliance on no-bid contracts and executives accepting expensive gifts from contractors.
Top federal and state officials who oversee the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority say the agency must implement reforms immediately.
Work on the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project will close the eastbound Dulles Connector Road overnight.
A final deal hasn’t been reached to move forward with the second phase of Metro’s planned Silver Line expansion, which would link up with Dulles International Airport.
A regional airports board has reversed course and voted to build a money-saving above-ground Metrorail station at Dulles International Airport.
As travelers hurried through Terminal C at Reagan National Airport one day this month, something unusual caught their attention, prompting a mix of confusion and amusement.