Bob Niedt |
Washington Business Journal |
July 28th, 2014
“That transformation will be most prominent in Tysons where a traffic-choked, suburban office park with two large malls is planned to become a walkable, urban center with 100,000 residents and 200,000 jobs, but it will also be seen in Reston,…
Ashley Halsey III, Lori Aratani and Paul Duggan |
Washington Post |
July 26th, 2014
Fifty years in the planning, more than five years in construction and $150 million over budget, the most expensive transportation project in the Washington region’s history rolled down 11.7 miles of new track Saturday.
For Immediate Release: July 24, 2014 Contact: Stewart Schwartz, CSG, 703-599-6437 (cell) Chris Miller, PEC, 540-347-2334 Stella Koch, ANS, 703-628-6983 FAIRFAX, VA – “The opening of the Silver Line on Saturday, July 26, is important for many reasons, but none more important…
Lindsay Hoffman |
Friends of White Flint |
July 21st, 2014
We’ve talked a lot on this blog about the Rapid Transit system coming to Montgomery County. A recent development in the planning of the Georgia Avenue route highlights why community involvement, attention and advocacy is crucial in plans like these.
When new toll lanes open early next year along I-95 in Northern Virginia, stretching nearly 30 miles between the I-395 interchange and Stafford County, project leaders expect that one of the most successful HOV corridors in the country will continue…
At a recent tour of Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health in Washington, D.C., Dr. Ted Eytan displayed a photograph of Kaiser Permanente’s Colorado Springs, Colorado medical office (see below), and asked: “In this picture, what’s the most toxic structure…
With Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett running for a third term in November, transit advocates are planning an agenda for his next term. Leggett will run against Republican James Shalleck in an overwhelmingly Democratic county. For transit advocates, this means…
On Wednesday, a group including the Friends of the Capital Crescent Trail and the Center for Biological Diversity threatened to sue federal government agencies involved in environmental assessments of the planned Purple Line light rail route.