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Tysons Metro work ramps up

Tysons work comes between customers and merchants
The next big thing in Tysons

Work on the Silver Line rail extension through Tysons Corner will increase dramatically this summer, according to officials with the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project. The work will be especially noticeable in the media of Route 267 and near the location of the four stations going in along Routes 7 and 123.

Drivers will also notice more concrete work happening overnight, when crews will be taking advantage of cooler overnight temperatures.Crews will be working on the stations themselves and on piers that will carry elevated tracks of the rail line.

By Michael Bolden  | June 25, 2010; 5:03 PM ET
Categories:  Highways, Metro, Silver Line  
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I've never seen construction like that in my life. That is some heavy duty stuff.

Posted by: SusanMarie2 | June 25, 2010 6:21 PM | Report abuse

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