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Baltimore, Dulles Airports Among Top 10 in On-Time Arrivals

Greater Washington is home to three major international airports and two of them have performed so well this year that they have made it to top 10 in on-time arrivals nationally, latest federal data show. According to Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS), Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) had

Travelers Restart Using Mobile Passport App at Dulles

When the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) introduced face scans at Washington Dulles International Airport last year, it struck international travelers as bad news that it entailed longer lines and waiting times for them despite authorities’ assurances that it didn’t. But as the complaints mounted and the

Survey: Alexandria Among Best Small Cities in US

An annual online survey of some 600 thousand participants has placed Alexandria among the ‘Best Small Cities in the U.S.’ Luxury and lifestyle magazine, Condé Nast Traveller said registered users have voted their favorite American city for the 32nd time this year and it had to divide

Estimates Show Fairfax More Populous Than Six States & DC

Fairfax County, Virginia, is now home to more people than each of the nation’s smallest six states as well as D.C., latest population estimates show. According to the 2019 Demographics Report, Fairfax’s population has neared 1.2 million people. The Department of Management and Budget has estimated Fairfax County

Federal Body Approves NoVa’s First Driverless Shuttle

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has finally given green light to the first self-driving shuttle in Northern Virginia. The federal body issued a six-month waiver for testing on March 9th. This is exciting news for Northern Virginia as it is the first driverless shuttle. The tiny and

No Fireworks This 4th of July in Fairfax

Independence Day celebrations will have a major element missing in Fairfax, Virginia, this year: Fireworks. The City has announced that it will not be able to schedule any sky illuminations due to an ongoing construction at the annual celebrations’ usual site. Following a practice of nearly half a