WASHINGTON — U.S. and Virginia lawmakers are ramping up pressure on the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority to reverse an April decision that approved an expensive, underground metro station at the Dulles International Airport as part of the agency’s $6.6 billion Metrorail extension project.

Meanwhile, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has offered to step in as a mediator in the dispute between the lawmakers and the MWAA.

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