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"Time is money. If we were to move backwards, it would cost us quite a lot," says Mame Reiley, a board member and chairwoman of the board's Dulles Corridor Committee, about the decision to build the Metro station under ground.
Officials in charge of bringing Metrorail to Dulles have ruled out a move that could have permanently altered the fašade of one of the D.C. region's most iconic buildings.
Tags: Metrorail , Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project , Dulles International Airport , Peter Benjamin , Metro Board Chairman Peter Benjamin , Reagan National Airport , Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority , Adam Tuss
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.