Breakfast links: RFK 2.0 coming?
New NFL stadium coming?: Dan Snyder mentioned in an interview that his organization has begun planning a Fedex Field replacement. He hopes to evoke RFK with a "retro" design, but gave no indication of a location for the new stadium. (WBJ)
More FBI workers in MD: A previously unreleased Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development report found that 43.2% of FBI employees reside in Maryland. Could this send the new headquarters to Maryland? (Post)
Purple Line not a threat: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service believes the Purple Line will not impact any endangered or threatened species. This is contrary to the opinion of a group of citizens who sued the Federal government this week. (City Paper)
"High rise" elementary opens: Significant crowding at a Fairfax County elementary school meant expansion was necessary, but county officials moved half the school to a nearby office building, instead of a traditional elementary campus. (WTOP)
Woodbridge to Tysons bus a goner?: The Tyson's OmniRide bus may not survive a transition to county funding. Ridership was lower than expected, with an average of 18 riders per bus each day. (Potomac Local)
Use the poor door, please: Officials in New York are demanding an end to the so-called "poor door" policy. The "poor door" refers to a separate entrance for income-controlled units in luxury buildings. (NYTimes)
Balancing bikeshare boggles brains: As many as thirty researchers are investigating the problem of how best to balance bikeshare stations for optimum usage. Even using various algorithms, the problem is extremely complex. (CityLab)
And...: A Kennedy is running for office in DC, for ANC in Foggy Bottom. (Post) ... Alexandria's retired planning director looks back on her time in office. (Alexandria Times) ... Eight new bikeshare stations opened in Alexandria last week. (WashCycle)Have a tip for the links? Submit it here.
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