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The proposed Bi-County Parkway would run north-south and link Prince William and Loudoun counties. Supporters say the highway would relieve congestion in Washington’s outer suburbs, while critics say it would increase unsustainable suburban sprawl.
The Virginia governor talked favorably of the parkway getting a high-priority rating in a state review.
D.C. would remove a proposal for bus-only lanes while adding streetcar projects and studies of managed lanes.
The Pr. William County Board votes for a study to determine whether to keep the Bi-County Parkway in plans.
Some critics say the county board’s action kicks the can down the road without stating a clear position.
The five officials, including the secretary of transportation, took the nine-day trip.
(Nikki Kahn / The Washington Post)
A plan to close Rte. 234 to protect the famed battlefield has a congregation that predates the Civil War worried.
(Marvin Joseph / Washington Post)
Ashley Halsey III
The transportation proposal puts him at sharp odds with Terry McAuliffe over the role of state government.
A nearly $300,000 contract for a PR firm to tout a controversial road proposal galvanizes its foes.
The very controversial issue finds the GMU president coming down in favor of building a new north-south highway between Loudoun and Prince William counties.
A report from GMU says new road won’t give much of a boost to cargo business at airport.
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