Monthly Archives: May 2013

The National Capital Region: Vision or Pipe Dream?

Gary Garczynski is the President of National Capital Land and Development. Consider recent headlines: “Region could lose hundreds of thousands of jobs under sequestration,” “Sequester punctures area economy’s government-dependent bubble,” “Washington rated the worst for traffic congestion — again,” “Bid For FBI Building Sets Off Regional Competition.” In the DC metropolitan region we think and […]

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In transportation funding vote, vision and resolve prevailed

James W. Hazel is a 2030 Group member, and chairman of the board of Virginia FREE (Virginia Foundation for Research and Economic Education), a business association providing nonpartisan political research and analysis to business and industry in Virginia. Political conventions and primary campaigns are in full swing across the state and that means political rhetoric […]

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Update on Transportation Initiative’s Progress

Recently the 2030 Group met to review the progress on its Transportation Initiative which commenced last fall. Because the subject matter is complex, it is being approached in a thoughtful, deliberative manner and will take some time to complete. Although we are now taking the next steps to price out and better quantify some of the […]

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