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Is a Second Potomac River Bridge in Montgomery Dead in the Water?

A lack of political will is called a roadblock in option to ease Cabin John Beltway bottlenecks

Bethesda Street Parking Could Increase to $4 An Hour at Peak Times

Demand-based pricing plan intended to encourage residents to use garages

I-270, Beltway Expansion Plans Bring Fears of Noise, Property Loss

Sharp questions at first county public forum on $9 billion highway proposal

Last-Ditch Effort To Slow I-270 Expansion Plan Fails

Opponents say ‘fight has just started’ to block toll-lane construction

Council Panel Pauses Review of Stricter Building Parking Rules

Business groups say expanding traffic mitigation plans could hurt economy

Montgomery Lawmakers Urge Senate to Pass Bill Delaying Toll Lane Project

In shot at governor, Elrich says proposal is ‘totally ignoring the other traffic problems’

Tanker Approaching Legion Bridge on Beltway Flips, Blocking Lanes

Traffic from Northern Virginia on Inner Loop at standstill during cleanup

Council Wants Clarity from State Over Demolishing Homes for Toll Lanes

Transportation secretary’s comments are changing, worrying some county leaders

Navy Training May Affect Traffic in Bethesda Next Week

Medical center warns of possible delays in access

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