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  • Tysons Corner Center Continuing To Add New Circulator Trail

    Tysons Corner Center Continuing To Add New Circulator Trail0

    After the much awaited completion of the three Phase 1 high rise buildings, and the very popular plaza that connects them, we haven’t seen much new construction at Tysons Corner Center. Macerich, the management company that owns the mall, has made statements about their plans for the future residential tower near the LL Bean entry of the

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  • New Bike Lanes Popping Up Around North Tysons

    New Bike Lanes Popping Up Around North Tysons3

    This summer VDOT had plans to repave many of the roadways in Tysons. They took that opportunity to implement some changes to striping and lane delineation in the most residential portions of Tysons, including the North Tysons neighborhood where large empty roadways make for dangerous intersections and bike paths. The summer is nearly complete and

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  • MWAA Set To Correct ADA Access, VDOT Misses the Point

    MWAA Set To Correct ADA Access, VDOT Misses the Point0

    In case you haven’t heard the latest in the saga that is the construction of the Silver Line metro, MWAA and Bechtel will be replacing several of the one year old sidewalk curb ramps that were installed as part of the construction of the Silver Line. These are entirely located along Route 123 and Route

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  • VDOT Cloverleaf Wasting Useful Space

    VDOT Cloverleaf Wasting Useful Space3

    The design of highway on-ramps and off-ramps have become prescriptive over the past 6 decades of transportation engineering with a set of a codes and requirements published by AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials) and state DOTs. What has happened over that period of time is a conservative approach to land use

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