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The NVT Alliance has been partnering with residents, businesses, and government to advance our region's transportation infrastructure since 1987.
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The day when the Washington area consisted of the District of Columbia and a collection of small suburban enclaves is long past. Today our metropolitan region is home to nearly 6 million residents, nearly 45% of whom live in Northern Virginia. Only about 12% live in the District of Columbia.
Posted on September 5, 2015 in: Bi-County Parkway • I-395 • I-66 • Potomac River Crossing • Traffic Congestion
Arlington County’s 2009 lawsuit to stop the I-95/I-395 HOT Lanes project was just one in a long list of Northern Virginia locality actions that have delayed, downsized or defeated and run-up the cost of badly needed transportation improvements. It’s not by accident area residents lose more time and money stuck in congestion than just about anyone in the nation.
Transportation has been a primary state responsibility since 1932.
Commonwealth deferrals to NIMBY interests have exacted a higher economic and quality of life tax on Northern Virginia residents than any proposed new transportation tax or fee.
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