Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
In the Regional PlanThese highlighted projects are in the CLRP (Financially Constrained Long-Range Transportation Plan), which means they have funding or are anticipated to be funded.
Metro’s $5 billion program to tackle deferred maintenance is improving safety and reliability. The program is scheduled to end in FY2017, leaving many future maintenance needs unfunded.Cost: $5 billion (committed through FY2017)
The 23-mile Silver Line will connect East Falls Church to Tysons and Dulles Airport and will extend into Loudoun County. Phase I, ending in Reston, will open in early 2014.Cost: $5.6 billion Completion: 2018
Other Plans and StudiesBelow are some high-profile projects that are not in the Regional Plan (i.e., not in the CLRP), which means they do not currently have funding plans or anticipated funding sources identified.
Momentum, a strategic plan that will guide Metro’s decisions over the next ten years, comprises a set of seven pivotal investments, including 8-car trains, core station improvements and priority bus corridor improvements.Cost: $6 billion Completion: 2025
The RTSP will include a variety of new transit lines, including rail, bus rapid transit, and commuter rail and bus.Completion: 2040