Breakfast links: RFK 2.0 coming?
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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)
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)
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