Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
With more than 41 million people expected to travel for the Fourth of July holiday weekend, officials are asking travelers to prepare ahead of time to prevent long lines at airports and traffic delays on the road.
The agency that operates the region’s Metrorail system expects to take control of the behind-schedule Silver Line extension through Tysons Corner later this month.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has approved the first phase of the Silver Line project, it announced Thursday, and the line can now be passed on to Metro for further testing.
The head of the beleaguered $3 billion project to extend Metro’s Silver Line through Tysons Corner is resigning.
The first phase of Metro’s Silver Line, which includes five stations from East Falls Church to Wiehle Avenue in Reston, appears complete.
For a third time, officials say construction delays will push back the scheduled opening of a $2.8 billion extension of the region’s Metrorail system in northern Virginia.
The $2.8 billion extension of the D.C. region’s Metrorail system known as the Silver Line is now about two months behind schedule.
An elderly woman went missing after arriving at Reagan Washington National Airport on Friday afternoon, and police are asking the public to be on the lookout.
A former vice president at the board that oversees metropolitan Washington’s two major airports has filed a $10 million defamation suit against his one-time employer.
The westernmost runway at Dulles International Airport has been closed to accommodate private planes for inauguration weekend.