2014 Report to Members
Dulles Airport Access Study - Phase 1: Demand
The region's surface transportation plan is woefully inadequate to meet current, let alone future
demand. Transportation is the lubricant that enables the economy to function. If prompt
remedial action is not taken, gridlock will lead to economic decline in 10 to 15 years time. The
symptoms are already there.
Silver Line Statement to MWAA
The Washington Airports Task Force joined in with several other organizations in signing a letter to Charles Snelling, Chairman of the MWAA Board of Directors, calling for cost reductions for Phase 2 of the Dulles Rail project.
Presentation to TPB Freight Subcommittee
The Region's Future Hinges on Washington Dulles:
- January 26, 2010, Thanks to excellent planning in the late 1950s, the National Capital Region is blessed with
an abundance of airpoart capacity at Washington Dulles to support its fiture economic growth. How we use that capacity will have a large bearing on how this region evolves and how far the prosperity enabled by aviation can spread throughout the region. The key is ground access...
"Connections between Washington Dulles International Airport and Corridors of Statewide Significance in 2035"
- Virginia recently updated its long-range transportation plan, which focused on transportation corridors of "Statewide Significance," Five of those corridors connect to Hampton Roads. None reach Washington Dulles. The "Dulles Loop" (Rts. 28, 50, & 606) and Rts. 234/15 are new corridors of statewide significance...
Dulles Loop Implementation Group: Background Brief
FAA Reauthorization Note
FAA Reauthorization Presentation