CSG In The News

FABB Hosts First Ever Bike Summit at GMU Saturday

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The first ever Fairfax Bike Summit is open to the public at George Mason University Saturday. "This event will be a powerful opportunity to learn from each other. Our goal is to build a coalition of local residents and work toward a bike future where people of all ages and abilities are comfortable riding on the streets," said Bruce Wright...

Video: Apartments and Condos Fueling Construction Boom in DC

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Housing developers all across the country are feeling confident, especially about the future of building apartments and condos. And one place that’s really booming—the nation’s capital. Sylvia Hall sits down with CSG policy director Cheryl Cort to talk about the D.C. housing market.
Board approves financing for U.S. 460 toll-road project

Board approves financing for U.S. 460 toll-road project

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The Commonwealth Transportation Board approved the financing arrangements Wednesday to make the $1.4 billion U.S. 460 toll-road project a reality. The state anticipates finalizing the deal with US 460 Mobility Partners, the project's design-build consortium, in December, officials told the state Transportation Board.
Board greenlights $900M-plus for stretch of U.S. 460

Board greenlights $900M-plus for stretch of U.S. 460

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A state transportation board on Wednesday approved the use of more than $900 million in public bonds for a new, tolled highway out of Hampton Roads.

What’s the Best Way to Build New Highways: Private? Public? Tolls? Magic?

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As the opening of the Interstate 495 Express Lanes on northern Virginia’s Capital Beltway draws closer, backers of the $2 billion project say they cannot guarantee the four new HOT lanes will achieve the goal of reducing traffic congestion while simultaneously returning a profit for their private sector operator.