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Public hearings are scheduled this week as the Virginia Department of Transportation finalizes its plan to bring High-Occupancy Toll lanes to Interstate 395 from Edsall Road to the Pentagon.
Red Line riders, who flirted with SafeTrack single-tracking for three weeks in August, are in for a real challenge: The next surge, which begins Saturday, will shut down service along a critical corridor of Metro’s busiest line, the biggest test so far in the yearlong…
Red Line riders should look for alternatives, or expect delays, from Oct. 29 through Nov. 22 as Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s SafeTrack Surge 10 affects Metro’s busiest line.
Vehicle hours of delay will increase by 74 percent and congestion will increase by 66 percent, according to projections the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board released last week.
With the MGM National Harbor Casino opening in less than two months, a new Metrobus route will connect Northern Virginia with the National Harbor starting Sunday.