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							<h4>BRT</h4>
							<p>New mode of transport - opening in 2020;  Frequent service, dedicated lanes, green light priority on US29, MD355, and MD586</p>
							</span> <span class='customqtip'>
							<h4>BRT</h4>
							<p>New mode of transport - opening in 2020;  Frequent service, dedicated lanes, green light priority on US29, MD355, and MD586</p>
							</span> <span class='customqtip'>
							<h4>BRT</h4>
							<p>New mode of transport - opening in 2020;  Frequent service, dedicated lanes, green light priority on US29, MD355, and MD586</p>
							</span> <span class='customqtip'>
							<h4>BRT</h4>
							<p>New mode of transport - opening in 2020;  Frequent service, dedicated lanes, green light priority on US29, MD355, and MD586</p>
							</span> <span class='customqtip'>
							<h4>BRT</h4>
							<p>New mode of transport - opening in 2020;  Frequent service, dedicated lanes, green light priority on US29, MD355, and MD586</p>
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							<h4>Purple Line</h4>
							<p>Under Construction:  16-mile light rail line from Bethesda to New Carrollton in Prince George's County.  Direct line to Metro's red, green and orange lines.</p>
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							<h4>Route 200</h4>
							<p>The first all-electronic toll road that runs from I-370 at Shady Grove to I-95 at Laurel.  Convenient alternative for commuters and Metro/MARC train access.</p>
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							<h4>Route 200</h4>
							<p>The first all-electronic toll road that runs from I-370 at Shady Grove to I-95 at Laurel.  Convenient alternative for commuters and Metro/MARC train access.</p>
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							<h4>Metrorail's Red Line</h4>
							<p>2nd busiest metro system in U.S, transporting 600,000 per day on six lines: red, orange, silver, blue, yellow, green. The red line serves Montgomery County and the Purple Line (in progress).</p>
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							<h4>Metrorail's Red Line</h4>
							<p>2nd busiest metro system in U.S, transporting 600,000 per day on six lines: red, orange, silver, blue, yellow, green. The red line serves Montgomery County and the Purple Line (in progress).</p>
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							<h4>BWI Airport</h4>
							<p>The busiest airport in the region that serves over 25 million passengers</p>
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							<h4>Reagan National Airport</h4>
							<p>A convenient airport just 3 miles south of downtown DC.</p>
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							<h4>Dulles International Airport</h4>
							<p>Features non-stop flights to 125 domestic and international destinations on 36 airlines.</p>
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							<h4>Metrorail's Red Line</h4>
							<p>2nd busiest metro system in U.S, transporting 600,000 per day on six lines: red, orange, silver, blue, yellow, green. The red line serves Montgomery County and the Purple Line (in progress).</p>
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Connectivity

The Convergence of Metro, Airports and Highways Supports Global and Local Access

Our business-friendly location in the bustling northeast corridor is just one inch from the nation’s capital, home to 18 federal agency headquarters, and close to 3 international airports for global and national business. Scheduling a meeting in Richmond, Baltimore or New York? It’s easy to get there from here. Our Metro system gets business moving in Montgomery County, Washington, D.C. and the entire metro area. Enjoy our interactive map to learn more about the great benefits. Roll over the map to learn more.

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