Corridor Rail Association (DCRA) is a nonprofit membership organization
formed to advocate rail in the Dulles corridor. DCRA advises decision makers on transit-related issues, including
funding, operations, station location and access, and use, and implementation
a voice for its members and others who live and work in the greater Dulles
corridor who support rail as an essential component of an integrated development
program for the corridor. DCRA
works to build business and community support for the project and coordinates
the efforts of individuals and groups to speak in a unified, consistent,
and persistent way to express that support.
formed in response to the growing congestion in the Dulles corridor resulting
from commercial and residential growth. With the emergence of the corridor as a global technology center,
congestion will only worsen as more businesses
locate here, tourists visit the Hazy Center of the National Air and Space Museum, and Washington Dulles International Airport continues
Corridor rail project will extend rail transit from the East Falls Church
Metro rail station on the Orange line to Tysons Corner, Reston, Herndon,
the Dulles/Route 28 area, Dulles Airport, and Loudoun County.
approved by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments on regional
activity centers indicates that the Dulles corridor has the largest concentration
of employment in activity centers in the region after the District of
Columbia. In 2000, the Dulles corridor area centers had 205,000 jobs and
they are projected to have 337,000 jobs in 2025. It is the only major corridor without rail
Corridor Rail Association
2012 Board of Directors
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