Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority officials will vote Thursday on a proposal to use 78 acres the agency owns at its Greenbelt station to bolster efforts to have a new FBI headquarters built in Prince George's County, The Washington Post reported.
Metro currently has more than 3,700 parking spaces and 17 bus bays on the land.
Making it available for the FBI could give Prince George's a leg up in the competition to attract the FBI and as many as 11,000 of its employees.
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