Silver Line

Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Silver Line, from most recent to least.

Where a New Silver Line Could Create New Metro Stops

Where a New Silver Line Could Create New Metro Stops

Nena Perry-Brown | December 10th 2019

UrbanTurf highlights another two new proposals WMATA recently put forth to alleviate congestion on the Blue, Orange and Silver Lines. ... read »

WMATA Floats New Blue Line with Georgetown Metro Stop

WMATA Floats New Blue Line with Georgetown Metro Stop

Nena Perry-Brown | December 6th 2019

The proposal is one of several the agency is putting forth to address congestion on the Blue, Orange, and Silver Lines. ... read »

Autonomous Vehicles Will Be Front and Center at This Reston Development

Autonomous Vehicles Will Be Front and Center at This Reston Development

Nena Perry-Brown | September 23rd 2019

At full build out, Halley Rise will deliver over 1,500 residential units along with office and commercial space next to a new Silver Line Metro... read »

220,000 Trips: The Silver Line By The Numbers

220,000 Trips: The Silver Line By The Numbers

UrbanTurf Staff | August 5th 2014 | 1 Comment

By and large, the Silver Line had a pretty good first week based on ridership statistics recently released by WMATA. ... read »

Silver Line Improves Metro Commute to Dulles…A Little

Silver Line Improves Metro Commute to Dulles…A Little

Lark Turner | July 28th 2014

The Silver Line's opening should make it more convenient for Metro riders to get to Dulles, but not by much. ... read »

Silver Line Aims For Summer Opening

Silver Line Aims For Summer Opening

UrbanTurf Staff | April 24th 2014

On Thursday, Metro announced that it had reached an agreement with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority that could result in the new Silver... read »

Silver Line Could Be Ready by July 4

Silver Line Could Be Ready by July 4

Lark Turner | April 7th 2014

WTOP says the first phase of the project is on track to debut as early as Independence Day. ... read »

Silver Line To Open By February 2014

Silver Line To Open By February 2014

Shilpi Paul | October 29th 2013

The Silver Line could be up and running in February, reported WTOP. ... read »

Will the New Tysons Be A Smart Growth Model?

Will the New Tysons Be A Smart Growth Model?

Shilpi Paul | January 26th 2012

Last night, the National Building Museum hosted a well-attended talk entitled "Tysons Corner, a Smart Growth Model?!?" The intentional punctuation... read »

Will the Silver Line Drive Tyson’s Condo Prices Higher?

Will the Silver Line Drive Tyson’s Condo Prices Higher?

Tim Brown | December 30th 2009 | 3 Comments

Proximity to Metro ranks with location and parking as high on the wish lists of homebuyers in the DC area. In a region plagued by traffic congestion,... read »

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