Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Thursday, July 25.
If you’re planning to travel into Washington, DC, this weekend via Metro, expect delays on the Red and Green lines. According to WMATA, Green Line trains will run every 20 minutes and Red Line trains will run every 15. These delays come as construction continues on six stations south of Reagan National Airport. (WUSA9)
Kaiser Permanente has announced that it will open a five-story, multi-disciplinary medical center in Woodbridge by 2021. The new building will be 241,357 square feet and feature state-of-the-art technology and specialty medical care services. (Inside NoVA)
Wegmans is coming to Alexandria by 2021. Developers of what will be known as Carlyle Crossing, on Alexandria’s Eisenhower Avenue corridor announced the news at the site’s groundbreaking on Wednesday, July 24. The mixed-use development area will feature the grocery store, residential units and additional retail space. (WTOP)
Free-2-Move car-sharing service is expanding to Arlington. The company launched its car-sharing service in Washington, DC back in October, offering access to 600 vehicles to the city. It cites the arrival of Amazon’s HQ2 for the expansion. (WTOP)