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Tysons Partnership Inaugural State of Tysons Previews Economic Study Focused on an Emerging Urban District
DEC 11, 2020 — Tysons, VA — Tysons Partnership hosted Fairfax County leaders along with experts in urban planning and private business yesterday at its first State of Tysons event. Recent preliminary findings of a Tysons-centric economic study provided key insights into a growing economy fueled by the County’s 2010 Comprehensive Plan.
Could Fairfax and Montgomery counties finally get a transit connection? Officials are studying the possibilities.
No transit route directly connects Fairfax and Montgomery counties, which share miles of border along the Potomac River. That could change, depending on the results of a transit study looking at running bus routes along the Beltway over the single bridge that connects the two counties, the American Legion Bridge.
Nobody puts Tysons in a corner. And now, nobody will put a corner in Tysons — at least not on Metro, after WMATA’s board voted Thursday to rename Tysons Corner station, dubbing it simply “Tysons.”
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