D.C. Airports Agency Puts $1.5 Billion of Construction on the Back Burner

Ferris, Craig T.
May 2002
Bond Buyer;5/2/2002, Vol. 340 Issue 31378, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the plan of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority to reduce its expansion programs at Dulles International Airport. Impact of the September 11 terrorist attack on air travel; Construction of an underground rail system; Increase the capacity at Dulles.


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