Md. toll plan’s opponents seek more scrutiny of project

Opponents of Gov. Larry Hogan's plan to relieve traffic by building toll lanes on the Capital Beltway and Interstate 270 are pushing for more legislative scrutiny on what the governor has said would be the largest public-private partnership in the country. The opponents -- mostly environmental groups, residents and public officials from Montgomery and Prince George's ...

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