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Former U.S. Postmaster General John (Jack) Potter is expected to be selected as the next head of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority during a board meeting Wednesday.
The D.C. region ranks as having the worst congestion in the country due simply to an issue of supply and demand, according to one of the nation's foremost experts on traffic troubles.
Virginia has sold $600 million in transportation bonds to help pay for road and rail projects all around the Commonwealth.
A new transportation initiative aimed at alleviating Tysons Corner traffic offers discounts and a chance to week $100 a week in groceries.
Adam Tuss, WTOP Sprawl & Crawl reporter
The Metro Washington Airports Authority won't select its new president Wednesday. The item was taken off the meeting's agenda.
Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., who has been a strong supporter of the project, is now asking the U.S. Department of Transportation's inspector general to take a close look at the cost of both phases of construction.
As part of the Dulles Rail project, huge concrete slabs will be pieced together, one by one over the Beltway at the intersection with Route 123.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has approved a new noise policy to help determine where sound walls will be placed to block highway and rail noise along the Dulles Toll Road.