Transit Group Urges MD Governor to Withdraw $100 Million RFP for I-270 Congestion Relief Program

The Washington Post’s Dr. Gridlock reports that a transit advocacy group wants Governor Larry Hogan to withdraw the $100 million RFP for an innovative I-270 congestion relief program and “invest the money in expanding the MARC service in the I-270 corridor. ‘We can’t afford to waste $100 million on consultants’ speculation,’ [said a board member of the Action Committee for Transit].” [Links added.]