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Metro scheduled new 24/7 track work on Thursday, after uncovering additional problems that must be addressed and after juggling the competing crumbling parts of the system to outline a new schedule.
Planners in Prince George’s County have talked for years about reshaping communities to help residents fetch a gallon of milk via a walk or bicycle ride, rather than add to stifling traffic congestion by having to drive.
In 2017, new interchanges will open, roadways will be widened, the express-lane tolling system will expand, and highway planners will work on moving more people with innovation rather than new asphalt.
State and local leaders took a look on Thursday at progress transportation upgrades have made in Northern Virginia. News4’s Adam Tuss reports.
Driverless cars could be coming to Interstate 95 if Maryland transportation officials have their way.