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Arthur Katz

Maryland transportation and top political leaders should revisit the process to add toll lanes along D.C.-area highways, advocate writes.

Department’s communications might be suitable for an advocacy group, but not for an impartial public agency.

Toll Lanes

Marylanders are urged to oppose I-495 toll lane plan. There are no benefits for most residents but obvious financial benefits for a private partner.

Road Plan

Considering the environmental, human and financial costs of MDOT’s proposed preferred alternative segment on I-270, the toll road project is a gigantic waste of money.

The Washington Council of Government’s Transportation Planning Board removed the Capital Beltway and Interstate 270 proposed toll lanes plan from an important list of…


Are you kidding? There is a battle of ideas and politics going on about the value of expanding the Capital Beltway (Interstate 495) and…

Gov. Larry Hogan’s proposed I-495/I-270 project will influence transportation and economic development in the Washington region for the next 50 years. Given the potential…