Innovation Station, part of Phase II of Metro's Silver Line expansion to Dulles International Airport and beyond, under construction July 26, 2017 in Herndon, VA. (Photo by Katherine Frey / The Washington Post) Lori Aratani, Reporter, airlines, airports, airlines, and the nation's railways December 6 at 4:03 PM Who wants to run Metro's Silver Line? Apparently, a lot of folks. The second phase of the silver line is complete. Meteorology, meteorology, meteorology, meteorology Another 115 people took part in the conference through a virtual meeting room. In addition to U.S.-based companies, businesses from Canada, France, Italy and Japan also published interest. Amalgamated Transit Union Local 689, which represents the role of the voice of the voice of its opponents. The second phase of the Silver Line will extend to Dulles International Airport and into Loudoun County. The first phase, which includes five stations – four in Tysons Corner and one in Reston – opened in 2014. [When phase 2 of the Silver Line opens, Metro employees probably won’t be running it] In September, Metro issued its first request for proposals for companies interested in running the rail extension. Officials suggest that such a deal could save millions of dollars over time. The savings could be a boon for the cash-strapped transit agency. The transit agency has issued a request for information in January. "Paul J. Wiedefeld, General Manager of the United States of America." Existing Union Contracts, Contracts, Contracts, and Restrictions, but the agreement does not apply to other parties. 2019. The new deadline has been extended to 5 p.m. on March 18, 2019.