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Atlanta and Washington, D.C. have parallel pasts in launching very similar transit systems; their heavy rail lines — Washington Metro and Atlanta MARTA — were designed in similar fashion as quasi subway and commuter rail operations and they even launched a little over four years apart.

The Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport had a total of 22,498,353 commercial passengers flow through its gates in 2013 making it – once again – the busiest airport in the Washington, D.C. area.

Purple Line enters Preliminary Engineering (PE) phase.

Fairfax County and Washington Examiner newspaper argue over Dulles Rail costs

Volkswagen's American headquarters in Herndon continues to report good news during the current sales year. The maker of the New Beetle posted sales of 28,444 which was their best June as well as their best first-half in 9 years.

Despite current economic conditions and sale decreases reported buy competing automakers, the all new Jetta sold 17,105 units, a 88.3% increase from last year; it was the best month ever for Volkswagen's volume seller.

SAIC will provide technical and programmatic services to the federal government

The company expressed satisfaction in
the all new Jetta, as it has exceeded expectations in the 2011
calendar year specifically in the TDI models which are expected to
arrive at 43 miles per gallon