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Proposed 2040 Metrorail Network Includes Georgetown Stop

Remember when Georgetown voted down the Metro? Many regret that decision and consider it a major reason for the area's ever growing traffic congestion, especially along Wisconsin Avenue and M Street.

But now, a new planning map for 2040 by Metro shows a proposed loop around downtown D.C., and includes a stop for Georgetown. The map also shows other new stations, another line in Virginia, and trains circling downtown.

The loop's northern route would travel under M, N or P Street. It would cross the Potomac River in two places, and in Arlington, would run from Rosslyn to the Pentagon.

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