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.
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.
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U.S. Commerce Secretary Raimondo Says Tourism Recovery a Top Priority
The nation's capital has officially reopened — it's pushing for domestic visitors from neighboring states for now, and counting on public and private sector initiatives on the road to recovery, until international travel returns.
Lebawit Lily Girma, Skift | 5 months ago
The Trump Hotel in DC Earns Its First Michelin Star
The Michelin Guide might award stars in a system that doesn't factor in government politics, but we'd wager there will be more than a few eyebrows raised inside the Beltway — and out.
Kate Krader, Bloomberg | 2 years ago
D.C. Faces Tall Task of Boosting International Convention Business in Trump Era
D.C.'s convention business projections aren't looking good. As a political epicenter, dealing with how convention planners respond to politics is not new for the city but the current administration makes it a particularly tough sell.
Dan Peltier, Skift | 3 years ago