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@ Vik:I completely agree that the Orange Line ought to be extended in Virginia. What I'd love to see, although unlikely, is a simple extension to the Rt. 50 or thereabouts. I pick there because in addition to serving a need, that area is ripe for TOD.

Well, I think the Orange line should just follow I-66 and then bend off to Warrenton. I agree with a missed opportunity along US-50. Personally, I think a new metro line all the way from DC to Middleburg along US-50 would fit well. US-50 near South Riding is already becoming unridable. It is surprising to see that Fairfax is building a new 'old Tysons' there while they're busy cleaning up the mess they made at Tysons.

by Jasper on Nov 26, 2012 3:16 pm • linkreport

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