Beyond the average race story – Planes, Trains and a Bus: We Raced From New York City to Washington, D.C. to Find Which Was Fastest

By Zach Griff, The Points Guy; May 14, 2019 Everyone has their preferred method of transit for the ~220 mile…

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Washington, D.C. metropolitan area: A MARC train to HQ2? A VRE train to Baltimore? This study will answer whether the market’s there.

By Jonathan Capriel, Staff Reporter, Washington Business Journal; April 12, 2019 Could a future Amazon.com Inc. employee living deep in…

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Clark-Parsons rebuilds century-old CSX DC tunnel despite pitfalls

By Joe Beeton, Construction Dive; April 3, 2019 When one of the continent’s largest rail providers learned more than a…

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Washington, D.C.: Federal Transit Administration finds tracks in ‘black condition’ but Metro routinely reclassifies them, keeping them in service

By Faiz Siddiqui, The Washington Post; March 3, 2018 For three consecutive months, federal inspectors warned of deteriorating rail ties…

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D.C. and Maryland: The high-speed ‘maglev’ promises many things, but at what cost?

By Luz Lazo, The Washington Post; February 24, 2018 Now that momentum is building for an ambitious plan to bring…

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