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A group including the Friends of the Capital Crescent Trail and the Center for Biological Diversity threatened to sue federal government agencies involved in environmental assessments of the planned Purple Line light rail route
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A Democratic candidate for Maryland's House of Delegates suspects a bike might beat a car and the Red Line from downtown Bethesda to downtown Silver Spring. So he'll put it to the test.
A shrimplike creature taking up residence in Rock Creek Park is giving proposed plans for Maryland's Purple Line light-rail a run for its money.
The Board of Public Works has approved seeking a public-private partnership to build the Purple Line in Montgomery and Prince George's counties.
A strong opponent of the planned Purple Line connecting Montgomery and Prince George's counties is switching sides now that planners have agreed to change the route a little bit.
Plans are plowing ahead for the new Purple Line and residents are being asked to sound off - not about whether they want the new train to run through Bethesda, but which route they prefer.
Attorney General Doug Gansler, who plans to run for Governor in 2014, tells WTOP his vision for the future of Maryland transportation includes a shift away from road projects and an emphasis on mass transit.
Tags: Attorney General Doug Gansler, Ari Ashe, Montgomery County Action Committee for Transit, Purple Line, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, Transportation Secretary Jim Smith, The Corridor Cities Transitway, Maryland Transit Administration, MARC
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley will make a major transportation announcement in Bethesda on Monday reporting a big step forward on the Purple Line and announcing funding for several road and rail projects for Montgomery County.
Tags: Purple Line, Federal Transit Administration, Coalition for Smarter Growth, Kelly Blynn, Maryland Transportation Secretary Jim Smith, Intercounty Connector, Maryland Transportation Authority, Bruce Gartner, Erin Henson, Maryland Gov. Martin O, Ari Ashe
One month into his tenure as Maryland Transportation Secretary, Jim Smith has a lot on his to-do list.
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