The regional authority overseeing one of the largest public works projects in the country is rife with mismanagement, a glaring lack of transparency and lavish spending habits that have included thousand-dollar dinners and a $9,200 plane ticket to Prague, according to a scathing interim report from the U.S. Department of Transportation’s inspector general.
With Reagan National and Dulles under is authority, as well as a $6 billion rail project linking the latter with the region, the MWAA can’t afford to let mismanagement prove detrimental to the future of transport in the region.
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