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The missing link in Hogan’s BaltimoreLink (access required)

In 1965, transportation planners envisioned a six-line, futuristic subway system for the Baltimore Metro region that would generate economic development, reduce traffic congestion and complement the recently opened Baltimore Beltway. A similar vision was concurrently painted for the Washington, D.C., region. While Washington’s first leg opened in 1976, and has transformed into the third-busiest rapid transit system in ...