Is There Room In a Transit-Friendly Tysons For Car Dealers?

Car dealerships occupy 80 acres of land in the stretch of Leesburg Pike in Tysons Corner where an elevated rail line is expected to be built in five years. Now some Fairfax County planners are saying that the dealerships have got to go if the area is going to be remade as a transit-friendly community. Read about it in this morning's Metro section.

By  |  March 20, 2006; 10:41 AM ET  | Category:  Business , Development, Growth
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