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Capital Beltway

Net Zero Expansion

An October study shows that in some sections of I-495 and I-270, congestion would be worse after adding lanes, compared to the no-build alternative.

A controversial plan to bring smoother commutes between Virginia and Maryland by adding toll lanes to parts of the Capital Beltway and Interstate 270…

By Michael Sakata The writer is president and CEO of the Maryland Transportation Builders & Materials Association. Amid the recent debate over Maryland’s plan…

Gov. Larry Hogan and highway industry lobbyists have launched a massive campaign of intimidation and misinformation to pressure local governments into reinstating private toll…

Beltway

Gov. Larry Hogan’s top transportation priority is running out of gas. Even though the original proposal to expand the American Legion Bridge and add…

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…

Boondoggle

Two Montgomery County lawmakers suggested on Tuesday that an analysis of the state’s controversial Capital Beltway/I-270 proposal is being withheld by top transportation officials…

Motorists who use Maryland’s new High-Occupancy Toll lanes along Interstate 270 and the Capital Beltway (I-495) can expect to pay — on average —…

The Maryland Department of Transportation and the Maryland Transportation Authority have chosen a consortium led by Transurban to handle the first phase of a…

WSSC Water, the utility that provides water and sewer service to Prince George’s and Montgomery counties, made headlines in March when it disclosed that…