But there are several issues that transit officials should watch.
As the transit center finally opens on Sunday, there’s bound to be an adjustment period for travelers.
The Andrews air show will draw a huge crowd on Saturday, but it’s just one of many traffic-generating activities this weekend.
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After five years of delay and $50 million in overruns, facility will quietly become part of Metro.
Anything happen when I was on vacation? A little too much, it sounds like.
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County and agency, which sparred over project for years, join forces to sue contractors for $166 million.
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For commuters, the return of fall traffic congestion is a rude awakening, but it’s manageable.
Already delayed for years, a new transit center endures a slow-motion finish.
Montgomery County officials accuse agency of holding transfer of facility “hostage” for more money.