Monthly Archives: May 2015

Another Vienna Resident Raises Concerns with VDOT’s I-66 “Transformation”

Dear Dr. Gridlock: “Virginia’s own studies show that I-66 would have to widen to nine lanes in each direction to solve the congestion problem: Transit is the only option. A rapid bus system is overdue to connect the Orange Line … Continue reading

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Microtransit is Changing Urban Mobility

Are regional planners fixated on individual cars on highways as their preferred transportation mode?  Perhaps the familiar path–cars, lanes, and tolls–is the simplest or easiest mode for government agencies to recommend, but new (and not-so-new) models have been emerging as … Continue reading

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Attention I-66 Commuters: Orange Line Extension is Not in the Cards!

If you live in the I-66 corridor and were hoping that the Orange Line will be extended any day, it will not happen unless you start demanding it from your County and State government officials. This is what I have … Continue reading

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