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Today's read: Traffic, transit list for 2010

My list of high-impact projects: The most dramatic planned event of 2010 involving the Washington region's transportation system is likely to be the partial opening of Maryland's Route 200, the long-awaited, long-debated Intercounty Connector. But the workers on the connector and other high-impact transportation projects have months -- and in some cases, years -- of labor ahead before they and motorists will experience the completed projects. (Robert Thomson)

Did I leave out anything you thought should be on the list?

Dr. Gridlock column: Two groups concerned about transportation in the Washington region have offered their evaluations of 2009. How do they match up with your personal list of progress and decline?

Join me at noon for our weekly chat about traffic and transit issues in the Washington area. Use this link to reach the discussion. Use this one if you'd like to submit a question or comment in advance.

By Robert Thomson  |  January 4, 2010; 10:00 AM ET
Categories:  Commuting , Driving , Metro , transit  | Tags: Dr. Gridlock, Today's read  
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I believe that the I-66 widening in Gainesville is supposed to be completed this year. And then they will begin the Rte. 29/Linton Hall Rd. interchange.

Posted by: VelocityAtrocity | January 4, 2010 11:18 AM | Report abuse

SmartBike is scheduled to expand from 100 bikes to 1000, the Humpback Bridge will be finished and work on the Metropolitan Branch trail will complete.

Posted by: cranor | January 4, 2010 11:52 AM | Report abuse

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