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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Adam Tuss
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is voting Wednesday morning on where to build the new Metrorail station at the Dulles International Airport.
The roughly 200,000 commuters, tourists and other motorists who each day make the frequent bumper-to-bumper trip into and out of Washington on New York Avenue Northeast soon can expect their ride to take an extra 30 minutes.
"Certainly it will affect people riding to the airport for a long, long time," he says.
"You are going to have some real headaches," said WTOP Radio traffic reporter Adam Tuss. "All you have to do is drive down New York Avenue once during rush hour to get a feel for how congested it really is. Add this project in the mix, and it's going to get even uglier."