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Some say Arlington County is way ahead of the curve when it comes to smart, sustainable transportation. Others say the county is hindering regional transportation projects. WTOP's Adam Tuss and Hank Silverberg take a closer look at transportation issues in Arlington.
Tags: I-395 , I-95 , High Occupancy Toll lanes , HOT lanes , Beltway , Capital Beltway , I-66 , Bob McDonnell , Rosslyn-Ballston corridor , Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance , Bob Chase , Jay Fisette , Adam Tuss , Hank Silverberg
In Arlington County -- where 25 percent of residents are immigrants -- officials are worried the federal Secure Communities program is having a chilling effect on community policing.
Ground has been broken on what's being labeled as an "iconic" tower that will soon be the region's tallest building.
The Arlington County Board has officially notified U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Virginia State Police they will be withdrawing from the federal Secure Communities Initiative.
Arlington holds a public forum on helicopter noise Wednesday night.
The plan includes three new, high speed elevators, an emergency evacuation stairwell, an additional entrance mezzanine, a new kiosk and new fare collection equipment.