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Not everyone agrees with a new study by George Mason University's Center for Regional Analysis that says Washington- area traffic patterns will not change much in the next 30 years.
Thirty years from now, cars will still be the main mode of transportation people use to get to and from work in the region, according to a study conducted by the George Mason University Center for Regional Analysis.
Virginia planners are looking 30 years into the future and foresee connecting communities outside of what's traditionally considered Northern Virginia.
The Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport has received a $10.2 million federal grant.
Fairfax County will be holding several meetings over the next few weeks to find out what residents think about the county's transportation needs, in an effort to fill a projected $3 billion deficit for transportation system upgrades over the next ten years.
A $5 million upgrade to the MARC train station in Edgewood is nearly complete, and U.S. Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger will be there to show off the improvements.
Transportation officials in Washington are hosting a meeting about the city's red Circulator buses, which take passengers around popular routes in DC for $1.
Arlington County is painting some bike lanes green to improve visibility and to remind motorists to look for bicycles.
There are new signs going up on three major roads in Northern Virginia that mean more than just new road numbers.
Two D.C. area airports are ranked among the worst airports in the country because long, or frequent flight delays.