Hogan’s ‘highway builder’ moving on

Pete Rahn had guided transportation agenda but clashed with lawmakers and had to recuse himself from 1 project

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn is leaving his post, effective Tuesday. Rahn, appointed in 2015, was brought in to spearhead two-term Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's agenda that prioritized highways and bridges and road projects over mass transit. Rahn, who is expected to leave following his final Cabinet meeting Tuesday, will be replaced by State Highway Administration ...

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