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Bethesda-based HMSHost will keep its travel plaza protest alive

Lawyers for the losing bidder on a project to renovate two Interstate 95 travel plazas will try to convince the Board of Public Works on Wednesday that the Maryland Transportation Authority violated procurement law in the bid process. The board ...

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Administration seeks transparency for new partnerships

ANNAPOLIS — Legislation creating rules of the road for public-private partnerships in Maryland would create a predictable and transparent process for awarding such contracts, according to Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown. Brown, along with Transportation Secretary Beverley Swaim-Staley and a dozen ...

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Systemic problems at State Highway Administration

ANNAPOLIS — The culture at the procurement arm of the State Highway Administration dealing with construction inspection comes from an “unacceptable pattern of poor contract management and administration in the organization,” Transportation Secretary Beverley Swaim-Staley told legislators Tuesday. Swaim-Staley was ...

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Owings Mills project finally sees first shovel

Thanks to the intervention of the Maryland Department of Transportation, ground will be broken Thursday for the first building in the long-stalled $220 million Metro Centre at Owings Mills project. The Metro Centre at Owings Mills, a transit-oriented development at ...

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Maryland expanding roadside assistance programs

HANOVER — Maryland has partnered with the State Farm Insurance Agency to expand its roadside assistance programs. Under the three-year agreement, the insurance company will spend $1.3 million to add two more vehicles to the state’s emergency patrol program. It ...

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