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Support Facilities

Facility MTPD District II Substation – Huntington 5801 N. King’s Highway,

Police facility

Use

Size (sq ft) 7,500

Alexandria, VA

Office of Plant Maintenance facility

6,600

Police facility

2,500

Administrative offices, storage and training

57,740

Blair Road Support Shop 6211 Blair Road, NW, Washington, DC Special Operations Division 4303 Auth Place, Camp Springs, MD Systems Maintenance on Telegraph Road 195 Telegraph Road, Alexandria, VA

At Metro’s Alexandria revenue collection facility (RCF), employees process fares for deposit. New equipment and building repairs are needed at this facility to improve efficiency of fare collection processes. Metro’s support facilities also provide necessary storage for a variety of materials. Over the next ten years, Metro plans to conduct minor renovation at Metro Supply Facility, Open Materials Storage, Salt Storage Facil-

ity, Blair Road Support Shop, and Systems Maintenance on Telegraph Road. Metro

has proposed conducting renovations at the Metro Supply Facility, Open Materials Storage, and Blair Road Support Shop under the Bus Facilities Tier 1 project.

Three of Metro’s support facilities specifically serve the MetroTransit Police Depart- ment (MTPD): District 1 Substation (Fort Totten), District 2 Substation (Huntington) and the Special Operations Division offices. These support facilities enable the MTPD to provide law enforcement and public safety services in 1,500 square miles within Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. The District 2 Sub- station and Special Operation Division facilities are severely deficient in meeting the Department’s needs and require replacement.

The Performance capital investments needed to maintain Metro’s support facilities that are not covered under the Bus Facilities Tier 1 project total $50 million over the next ten years (FY 2011 – 2020). A brief description of each project type follows.

The District 2 Substation and Special Operation Division facilities are severely deficient in meeting the Department’s needs and require replacement.

Business Support Facilities - $28.9M

Police Facilities - $21.1M

YOE, $ Millions

Investment Category: Performance 57

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