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Search Tags: Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
Newscast stories heard on the June 21, 2011, edition of In Depth with Francis Rose.
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.
An FBI spokesman says no explosives were found aboard a plane that landed in Washington after someone made a bomb threat at an airport ticket counter in Ohio.
When the airport first opened, it handled around 350,000 passengers a year. It now serves more than 18 million a year.
Shave down the cost of the Dulles Rail Project, or else. That's the message delivered Tuesday by the Washington Airports Task Force
As part of the plan to finance the Dulles Rail Project, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is being advised to consider putting a toll on the access road, which drivers can currently use free of charge.
"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.
A decision to build the Metro rail station underground at Dulles International Airport has produced a sharp criticism in the communities that have to pay for it and among state leaders in Richmond.
Adam Tuss, WTOP Sprawl & Crawl reporter
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has voted 9-4 to build an underground Metro station at Dulles International Airport.