Transportation officials reboot conversation with the public over widening of the Capital Beltway and portions of I-270 and a new American Legion Bridge.
Southern Maryland Rapid Transit could have a transformative effect on the region’s future quality of life.
The previous procurement for the lucrative deal, valued at millions of dollars, was halted soon after Gov. Wes Moore (D) took office, following complaints by some companies interested in the contract.
Moving to a surcharge based on the number of miles driven is one change the state’s new Transportation Revenue and Infrastructure Needs Commission could recommend.
The proposed project extends along a 6.5-mile stretch from the George Washington Memorial Parkway to the western spur of I-270.
Maryland League of Conservation Voters pushes for the hiring of a chief climate officer soon.
Cyclists can share the bridge during limited hours on weekends and state holidays but some are concerned it’s not safe.
West Baltimore activists backing the proposal say splitting it into five phases could make it more budget friendly but some still question the costs.
Judge grants stay in lawsuit against the state seeking to block a new concessions contract from being awarded.