It is disappointing that the national transit agency, which is supposedly interested in providing funding for high-quality transportation projects, has such trouble seeing through its foggy glasses and cannot recognize the advantages of a subway. It is heartening, though, that local businessmen and activists may be able to turn the situation around and convince Virginia's politicians that only a subway makes sense.
Saturday, February 10, 2007
Apparently the FTA has given Tyson's Corner another opinion on the possibility of a subway tunnel. Live from the Third Rail has some good coverage and I tend to agree with the quote below: