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Plan laid out to ease traffic chaos in Seven Corners

The Fairfax County Department of Transportation (FCDOT) has slated two upcoming online meetings to present the findings of efforts to upgrade Seven Corners. The forums, to be held on Nov. 9 and 10, will look at the four phases being...

Editor’s Notebook: Is it traffic-calming or traffic-choking?

The Alexandria Times newspaper, sentinel of the truth in the community of my birth, usually can be counted on for some common-sense editorial-page position, as was the case last week in parsing plans by that city’s leaders to deal...

Biden appearance to cause traffic challenges

The appearance of President Biden stumping for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe this evening in Arlington will cause a series of cascading road closures beginning, in some cases, as early as 1 p.m. The event with the president is slated...

Expect daytime delays on Georgetown Pike July 26-28

The Virginia Department of Transportation this coming week will conduct daytime flagging to direct drivers on Georgetown Pike (Route 193) between Swinks Mill Road and Interstate 495 (the Capital Beltway) in McLean during the installation of a stormwater pipe...

Vienna allocates $600K more for paving, roadwork

Vienna Town Council members on May 17 unanimously approved an additional $600,000 worth of spending with Arthur Construction to provide paving and roadway-maintenance work within the town. The expenditure will include $535,100 for milling-and-overlay work on streets where the town...

Upgrades to Route 7/Towlston Road touted

Upgrades at Route 7’s intersection with Towlston Road will boost safety with more generous turning radii and better sightlines, state transportation officials told the Great Falls Citizens Association (GFCA) at a March 31 online meeting. The upgrades, part of VDOT’s...

Survey says: Va. drivers still rudest in the nation

Virginia drivers still rank as the “rudest” – find the definition below – in the nation, but the rate of such behavior has declined in a new ranking. The annual survey by Insurify looks not at things like the percentage...

Arlington board OKs residential-parking-permit revamp

It took three years and, in the end, left very few in the public completely satisfied. But on Feb. 20, Arlington County Board members adopted changes to how new residential-parking districts are set up and how the system is...
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Makeover brings convenience store to gas station in Tysons

A Tysons service station damaged by a small tornado March 31 now will be getting a spruced up exterior...
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