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An auditor for the Fairfax Board of Supervisors says the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority needs to take a closer look at the potential loss of commuters - and therefore revenue - from the Dulles Toll Road once the rail line is operable.
It is one of the richest counties in the nation and has weathered the recession better than almost all others, but Fairfax County is still facing some lean times.
You'll pay $1.25 at the main toll plaza starting Saturday.
It's a reality of living in the D.C. region -- there are many terror targets. But some are wondering if the region is building a target that's too inviting for terrorists.
If a high-rise building went up right outside your window and blocked your view, you'd probably be upset. Some are concerned that may happen at one of the region's most iconic landmarks -- Dulles International Airport.
A down economy -- and not the biggest fare increase in Metro history -- is to blame for a lack of growth in rail and bus ridership, the transit agency says.
Road closures continue to mount as the construction of a massive transportation development in Tysons Corner chugs on.
Construction on the rail project at the heart of a northern Virginia interchange, one of the biggest and most disruptive for commuters in the area, has fallen behind schedule, WTOP has learned.
Two candidates battling to represent Northern Virginia squared off Tuesday on how to reduce traffic congestion in the area.
The existing network is not going to serve the 2 million more people who are going to be in this region in 25 years," says Bob Chase, president of the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance.