The crane travel drive from the Dulles International Airport to the eastern suburbs is set to begin Monday.
It will be the first time a long-haul crane travels the same route from the west side of the city to the East Coast in more than a decade.
The crane, a long crane that is operated by Crane Transportation Inc., will be part of the first segment of the $15 billion Dulles Corridor Improvement Project, which also includes a tunnel under the Potomac River, a high-speed rail line and a bus rapid transit line.
The Dulles corridor, which stretches from Interstate 395 through downtown Washington to the Beltway and is expected to be completed in 2023, is one of the busiest corridors in the country.
It is expected that the new segment will cost about $3 billion.
The project is part of a $6 billion transportation project to upgrade and modernize the Dulling Regional Airport.
The airport, which is scheduled to open in 2021, has suffered from delays, poor traffic flow and safety issues for decades.
The new project will upgrade and renovate the airport and add security and capacity.
The new crane, known as a crane tour, is a combination of a long haul crane and a motor driven crane.
It can travel more than 3,000 miles and has a maximum speed of 60 mph.
The drive will begin Monday from the Airport’s southbound terminal at the Westgate shopping center.
The motor drive will travel along the airport’s east side, stopping at the Beltways westbound terminal.
The drive will be about three miles long, and it will take about 45 minutes to travel the length of the drive.
The airport plans to have an automated system to speed up and slow down the drive, as well as a pilot project in which drivers will be asked to take the drive in reverse.
Drivers can stop at any of the terminals for a fee.
The driver will receive a receipt at the end of the trip.
Driving a crane from the airport to the area around the BeltWay is one option, said John Pappalardo, director of business development at Crane Transportation.
The motor drive is not a viable option, he said.
Driven by a crane is also an option.
Crane has already had experience with this type of operation in other locations, Pappelardo said.
There is a large crane crane that we have been doing at the airport, Patteman said.
It will be an upgrade, and I think we are very excited to have the opportunity to do this.
“The drive to the west ends in downtown Washington, where it will connect to the new $8.5 billion light rail system.
The Dulles-Bellevue corridor is expected be completed by 2023.