Monthly Archives: January 2014

DC Safe Rail Objects

Today ANC6B received a letter from DC Safe Rail, the group opposing the VAT project, complaining about many statements I have made in articles on this blog.  There is a link to that letter:  DCSafeRail.Ltr2ANC6B.1.28.14-1 I have no intentions to … Continue reading

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Norton Meets on CSX VAT. Again.

Congresswoman Norton’s second meeting with the opponents of the CSX Virginia Avenue Tunnel Reconstruction Project on 1/25 started out oddly.  The regular cast of CSX, DC Department of Transportation (DDOT), and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) officials were all assembled.  But, … Continue reading

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CSX VAT Opposition Misinforms?

There are many reasons to have major concerns about the proposed project to rebuild the CSX Rail Virginia Avenue Tunnel: the social, economic, and health impacts of a huge construction project at the edge of a swatch of residential neighborhoods, … Continue reading

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DDOT’s Barney Circle & SE Boulevard: Is This What We Want?

At the January 14, 2014, meeting of ANC6B, the Commission voted 10-0 to send a letter to DDOT outlining its concerns about plans announced by DDOT on November 21, 2013, under its Barney Circle & SE Boulevard Transportation Study.  Here … Continue reading

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