Maryland official raises new objections to Metro proposal

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland's transportation chief has raised new objections to former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood's reform proposal for the Washington-area's struggling public transit system. Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn tells The Washington Post that he wants LaHood and the transit system's general manager to justify a proposal for an additional $500 million annually for the next decade. ...

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