The first trains on Phase 2 tracks that will be used by riders when the line opens in 2020 will roll around 1 a.m. Wednesday as part of initial tests that mark a major milestone, the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority told WTOP.
Fairfax County police said in a statement that Justin Moore, 28, of Fredericksburg, was arrested. The police said he first made contact early last December with a Fairfax County detective posing as a minor.
In a significant milestone, Metro ran a track inspection vehicle Tuesday from the current end of the Silver Line through to the area around Dulles Airport, the contractor building the second phase of the line said.
A man who admitted faking records to hide faulty Silver Line concrete panels was sentenced Friday to a year and a day in prison along with a significant financial penalty.
Money from the sale will go to a dedicated fund for reducing passenger costs assessed by the airport on airlines.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority really wants to keep its chief executive around.
Here’s what’s going on at the airports and on the roads, as well as some tips to make the trip as stress-free as possible.
At least three years of traffic changes begin this fall as work starts on a pair of major construction projects: a new security checkpoint area above the existing traffic lanes and a new regional jet concourse to replace Gate 35X on the north end of Terminal B/C.
A series of delays that pushed back the opening of the Silver Line to 2020 will cost $95 million.
MWAA announced on Thursday that Scott Booth has resigned, effective mid-July, to take a position with the Transportation Security Administration.
Even as tracks begin to go in for the second phase of the Silver Line to Dulles International Airport and beyond, crews are still finishing up several finishing touches on the first phase of the multibillion-dollar project.
The heavy holiday travel period is already underway, and that means crowds at the airports and on the roads leading to them. An airports official explains the biggest mistake travelers make — and reveals a better route into Reagan National Airport.
WASHINGTON — With more people choosing to fly out of Reagan National Airport than Dulles International Airport, politicians are urging Congress to maintain limits on flights out of DCA to help boost the number of…
WASHINGTON — Got a plane to catch Tuesday? It could get ugly. Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport told WTOP earlier Monday that crews are trying to keep the runways clear, but there will likely be…
A Purcellville woman was flabbergasted when after receiving a two dollar
bill as change on the Dulles Toll Road, the toll attendant on her way back
accept the same bill.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.