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Fairfax County wants to extend Metro’s Yellow Line and build a Bus Rapid Transit system that will run from the Beltway to Woodbridge --a project still in its early stages.
Construction could begin in the spring and will last about two years.
Residents still welcome the transit link, but many resent the cheaper design of their stop.
The program, which provides $5 cab rides for the city’s elderly and disabled, is being scaled back because it’s outgrown its budget.
Metro Transit Police charged Ali Anthony Jovan, 36, of Fairfax, with first-degree murder.
Metro said routes 96, D6 and X8 are being detoured to avoid the area near Massachusetts Ave. and 4th Street NE. Riders should expect delays of up to 30 minutes.
This fall Metro will officially open the bidding process for contractors to provide an alternative to MetroAccess, its door-to-door service for the elderly and people with disabilities.
The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority approved $466 million in funding for 12 projects, including the Potomac Yard Metro station and $300 million for improvements to the Route 28/I-66 interchange.
Crashes, crime and injuries reported in the nation’s sixth-largest bus system outnumber those in New York, Boston and Chicago, a new report says.