Arlington County is seeking to delay (or possibly derail) a project designed to ease congestion and add new lanes to Northern Virginia’s clogged 95/395 corridor. Arlington has challenged the Categorical Exclusion (CE) granted by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), which allowed the project to move forward without a full environmental analysis.
Arlington is concerned that the new lanes will increase congestion throughout the corridor, and lengthen travel times, especially for transit. Buses, carpools (HOV-3), motorcycles and emergency vehicles will have free ...
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