Recently, I reached out to George Mason University history professor Dr. Zachary Schrag for commentary on the Federal Transportation Administration’s decision to continue funding the Dulles Corridor Metro line. He was kind enough to provide some commentary: At this point, the history of the Silver Line has been marked by such tangles of planning, engineering,
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This morning, I asked Zachary Schrag, assistant professor of history at George Mason University and author of The Great Society Subway: A History of the Washington Metro, if he had any comments on the letter FTA chief James Simpson sent to Governor Kaine about the Dulles-Tysons Metro extension. Dr. Schrag responded: In June 2007, James
ZACHARY SCHRAG – How Metro Shapes D.C. – The PostA column from yesterday’s Outlook section about Metro. I interviewed him over at Metroblogging DC in March about his new book, The Great Society Subway. I still have to put together a review, but let me at least mention that I really enjoyed it. ©MMX William
Last month Metroblogging DC mentioned that a new book by George Mason University professor, Zachary Schrag, The Great Society Subway: A History of the Washington Metro (Johns Hopkins University Press) was scheduled to go on sale in March. Recently, Dr. Schrag answered some questions for Metroblogging DC about the book and Metro. William F. Yurasko.