The Board of Public Works on Wednesday unanimously agreed to pay consultants first hired in 2010 an extra $121 million to continue engineering and planning work on a proposed light rail line in suburban Washington, D.C.Read More »
The Maryland Transit Administration is ready to put to use money generated by the state’s brand new gas tax.
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A few government and politics headlines for Friday.
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The proposed Purple Line that would link Prince George’s and Montgomery counties has generated more interest as a public-private partnership candidate than Baltimore’s Red Line, a top state transportation official said Thursday.Read More »
Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown said Monday he was not sure Baltimore’s Red Line would be built as part of a public-private partnership, but said Maryland would ideally enter into “three or five” such deals each year.Read More »
Federal, state and local government officials will try to solicit interest from the private sector to help build Baltimore's Red Line on Monday at a forum intended to explain the project and the state's new public-private partnership procurement law.Read More »
SILVER SPRING — Project leaders for the Maryland Transit Administration’s purple line say they’re optimistic that the 16-mile light rail line will be open by 2020. The purple line would connect Bethesda in Montgomery County with New Carrollton in Prince ...Read More »