USA Today article Washington, DC, April 30, 2017— The capital of the United States is a stunningly beautiful structure.
But how big is it?
In a new survey, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that the cap’s size could be as much as 8.5 million square feet.
That’s a lot of room for cars and buildings and, well, a lot more.
This isn’t an easy question to answer, and there are a number of factors that could affect its size.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s Capital Area Metropolitan Area Plan, which governs the region, has proposed building the cap on the existing, federally-owned and managed portion of the cap.
But that proposal could have unintended consequences.
For example, the cap could also be built on land that is privately owned.
So while the Washington Metropolitan area does not have a capital-area plan, the transit authority does.
That plan is expected to be finalized in late 2017.
The cap could be built over land already owned by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, which is currently constructing a new international airport at the same location.
That airport, known as the Capital One Arena, is expected be ready for operation in 2022.
The air station and its arena will cost $2 billion, which could make the cap a relatively inexpensive construction project.
But the Capitol itself, as part of a regional network of regional government offices, will be $2.8 billion over budget.
To be clear, the Washington DC cap is not an option because it would require federal funds to be spent to build.
But it’s a significant consideration, as it could have significant consequences for future capital-based projects in Washington DC.
Washington DC’s cap, as measured by its population and overall size, is already larger than some of the biggest urban areas in the country, including Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City.
In addition, the city has more people than most of the other cities on the list.
According to Census Bureau data, the nation’s capital is the second-largest city in the United State.
And its capital city has a higher density than most major urban areas on the map.
Washington, D.C., is the only metropolitan area on the Capital Beltway.
The map below shows how the cap would stack up against other major urban land use regions: In the Washington area, the Capital Area Metro Area Plan estimated the cap at 4.8 million square yards, a larger area than the city’s downtown core.
The DC cap, however, would be significantly smaller.
According the CBO’s new report, DC’s size is closer to 3.5 to 4.3 million square yard.
But while that is larger than the Washington Metro area’s projected size, it’s smaller than the Los Angeles area’s density.
The capital’s density is closer a third of the size of the city as a whole.
In the study, the CBO also estimated that DC’s population would be 1.9 million to 2.2 million people.
That compares to about 1.7 million to 1.8 more people in Los Angeles and 3.2 to 4 million people in San Francisco.
This is in part because of the capital’s size, which includes areas where the population is growing, such as the District of Columbia and Montgomery County, Maryland.
DC’s density also differs from the other major cities in the Capital Region.
The Capital Area metro area’s population is larger by about 5 percent compared to the population of the whole District of Capitol, and a similar size of that in the other capital cities.
The CBO’s report says the Capital’s density of 5 percent also differs by about 10 percent from the density of the entire city.
The city’s density, meanwhile, is a bit smaller than that of New York and Los Angeles.
So how big would the capital really be?
The CBO report says it would take 1.2 trillion dollars, or roughly $4.4 trillion, to build the cap in the capital area, which would be about 2.8 percent of the overall size of Washington DC and about 5.5 percent of Washington, California’s overall population.
The report also found that a major portion of DC’s capital area would be privately owned, and it would have a much larger share of that privately owned land than many of its surrounding jurisdictions.
For that reason, the report estimates the cap to be $5.4 billion.
So in total, the budget would need to add up to $7.4 million per day to make the Capital area a capital city in 2020.
That is not a small sum.
The CAP’s report suggests that the capital could be a lot larger if it were to be built as a large-scale regional transportation system.
If it was built as an international airport, the capital would have the capacity to handle up to 1 million passengers per day.
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