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Judge sides with Dominion Resources in LNG dispute

A Maryland judge has ruled that Virginia-based Dominion Resources can export liquefied natural gas from an expanded terminal facility in Cove Point, Md.

Friday - 01/04/2013, 02:36pm EST

Tags: Dominion Resources, natural gas, courts, Sierra Club

Transportation in 2012: Soaring milestones, harsh misses

As the year comes to a close, the gap between the good and the bad in 2012 transportation has created a roller coaster.

Friday - 12/28/2012, 02:01pm EST

Tags: Kathy Stewart, AAA Mid-Atlantic, Express Lanes Project, 11th Street Bridge

Region attempts to answer tough transportation questions

When it comes to paying for much-needed transportation improvements in the Washington region, one question stands out: How?

Thursday - 12/20/2012, 07:28am EST

Tags: Hank Silverberg

Advocates: More Md. road funding needed to keep residents, jobs

A call for increased fees in Maryland is more than just an effort to relieve gridlock, advocates say.

Thursday - 12/13/2012, 06:33am EST

Tags: andrew mollenbeck, gas tax, Gus Bauman, Roger Berliner, Lon Anderson, AAA Mid-Atlantic

No electric-only cabs for Arlington

A plan to bring dozens of electricity-only taxicabs to the region has hit a roadblock.

Tuesday - 12/11/2012, 04:04am EST

Tags: taxicab, electric cars

McDonnell: Virginia $500 million a year short on transportation funds

Another year, another worry about the money needed to fix and construct roads in Virginia.

Thursday - 12/06/2012, 08:10am EST

Tags: Gov. Bob McDonnell, Hank Silverberg

New safety measures planned for Bay Bridge

The Maryland Transportation Authority board has voted to take extra safety measures for two-way traffic in the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

Thursday - 11/29/2012, 09:08pm EST

Tags: Chesapeake Bay Bridge, transportation safety,

Richmond station tops in Amtrak boardings in Va

Amtrak says it had nearly 1.5 million passenger boardings and departures at Virginia stations last fiscal year.

Friday - 10/19/2012, 12:25pm EDT

Tags: Amtrak,

George Mason study of future traffic flawed, group says

Not everyone agrees with a new study by George Mason University's Center for Regional Analysis that says Washington- area traffic patterns will not change much in the next 30 years.

Friday - 10/12/2012, 08:01am EDT

Tags: coalition for smart growth, Hank Silverberg,

Region will rely on cars for foreseeable future

Thirty years from now, cars will still be the main mode of transportation people use to get to and from work in the region, according to a study conducted by the George Mason University Center for Regional Analysis.

Thursday - 10/11/2012, 04:19am EDT

Tags: michelle basch, John McClain, George Mason University Center for Regional Analysis, Tysons Corner

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