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The town, which sits in a narrow valley, was renowned for the hot springs that bubbled up through a rich layer of sandstone. Washington liked the baths. You heard it here first: G-Dubs was a big spa sissy. (What do you want to bet that Mr. Dollar Bill also moisturized. Pansy.)

A motorcycle-crazy Malaysian expat who trained in Thailand before moving to the U.S., Tan arrived in Berkeley Springs more than two decades ago. Today, after giving thousands of massages over at the Country Inn here in town, Tan owns Atasia Spa, about a block or so from the state park. Atasia is part of a compact, walkable downtown that has turned into quite the charmer of a destination, a mix of bookstores, galleries, cafes and accommodations catering in large part to a Mid-Atlantic urban stressite crowd.

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With the construction of the purple line I feel that there are still opportunities to extend a line from Riverdale to Union Station (along the existing railroad tracks). It would essentially go from Union Station, NOMA, Ivy City, Langdon/Ft. Lincoln, then upwards to Mt. Rainier, Hyattsville, and beyond. If there is an email, I could share some of my old graphics that I made a while ago on this issue.

Sort of. When first proposed in 1962, the station was to be on the west side of the B&O tracks instead of the east side where it is now, putting it about 150 feet closer to Route 1. This was going to place it too close to some homes for some people and after fighting about it for 15 years, the people of College Park voted 70% in favor of having no Metro line through town. And that was that.

EFC is not in Fairfax County, and WFC is barely so (and has stimulated development in the City of Falls Church, and is constrained by land use) So that leaves Dunn Loring and Vienna. MetroWest is a definitely pride worthy, its one of the rare places in the region where SFH detached houses were replaced by denser uses - people here talk about that a lot, FFX actually did it. There are also some other new developments nearby.

I did that years ago, pre SL, and it was terrible. The obstacle was not a median, but the number of lanes and the auto speeds. Today there is an alterantive, using the metro stations as a bridge. Spending tens of millions extra for the pipe dream of getting people to cross Rte 7 on foot at grade would be a good example of poor decision making.

The point is that the 1100 foot difference which sounds so high, is not that big a percent of the total walking time, origin to destination (most people will have a walk at the non-airport end as well) therefore the impact on mode share is going to be limited.

Blue was required to follow the RF&P ROW, which is why it swung around the east side of Potomac Yard. There was no surface space at the west side of the yard, as the main line was right beside Route 1. The main was moved over to the east as part of the decomissioning process when Potomac Yard was deactivated and removed.

The built Reston Wiehle station has induced a large amount of dense development, and there is dense development being drawn to the new stations. Meanwhile highway median stations on the Orange line, Dunn Loring, EFC, and Vienna, have also drawn dense development. 041b061a72


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