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The search for a new head of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is being called "a mess."
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Tysons Connector, a free midday shuttle bus in Tysons Corner, will not be running after Dec. 30.
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.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is wishing drivers a happy New Year by asking for another quarter.
The plans for the Silver Line Metro extension into Loudoun County are missing one crucial component, namely security against a terror attack.