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The new plan to ease congestion along the Interstate 95/395 corridor does not include High Occupancy Toll Lanes in Alexandria and Arlington, but does include a High Occupancy Vehicle ramp from I-395 to Seminary Road, where thousands of defense-related workers are being relocated under BRAC.
A plan to move thousands of federal jobs to Alexandria next year has left Virginia transportation officials looking for a last-minute solution to ease a corresponding commuting crunch.
Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has proposed an ambitious transportation spending plan, so which roads in our area will get spruced up?
The old bridge was built in the early 1960s and needed safety upgrades. The new bridge is 4 feet wider, almost 30 feet longer, and provides a smoother surface for pedestrians and bicyclists.
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.
A new transportation initiative aimed at alleviating Tysons Corner traffic offers discounts and a chance to week $100 a week in groceries.
The bridge, which sits above the Beltway between Route 7 and I-66, was rebuilt as part of the HOT Lanes Project.
The long talked about High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lanes for the Interstate 95-395 corridor have moved a step closer to construction.
Just days after Virginia announced the state would move ahead with the I-95/I-395 HOT lanes project, Arlington County has dropped the lawsuit that has delayed the project for months.
Widening Interstate 95 between D.C. and Richmond should be Virginia's top transportation priority, but a national transportation research group adds a twist and it involves Potomac Mills.