Survey on Silver Line names, plus potential labor problems loom WFY | February 22, 2012 | Fairfax County, Metro, Silver Line, Transportation, Tysons, Virginia | No Comments There is a survey for station names along the Silver Line survey in Fairfax County that is worth filling out. Coming up with the Tysons station names isn’t really easy. Meanwhile, disagreements over the type of labor (union vs. non-union) are the latest snag in the efforts to build the second half of the Silver Line (WTOP). Large-scale infrastructure is never easy to build and I am still kind of shocked seeing the Silver Line construction daily. It along with a baseball team in D.C. are two things I never thought I would see. Loudoun County may want to opt out too. Probably short-sighted in the long-term, but I get it. Tags:Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project, Dulles Transit Partners, Fairfax County, Metro, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Northern Virginia, subways, Tysons, Va., Virginia, WMATA Related Posts I now know where to go for my next Virginia road trip No Comments | Oct 1, 2007 NJ Turnpike to be widened between exits 6 and 9 2 Comments | Jul 9, 2009 Video: 7000 series Metro train car No Comments | Mar 9, 2012 At 35, Metro is showing its age No Comments | Mar 28, 2011 About The Author WFY I'm the publisher of this blog. Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.