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State expects I-495/I-270 widening to proceed despite Navy’s opposition

In protest letter, Navy says it won’t ‘cede’ property

Metro train cars separate near Glenmont station

Transit agency removes some rail cars from service while investigation goes on

51 organizations, officials weigh in on I-270/I-495 widening

Letter calls environmental study ‘woefully insufficient’

County begins work on long-anticipated bike-lane projects in Bethesda

Construction expected to last three months, cost $2.4 million

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State reports two COVID-19 cases at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School

Plus: Bank gives Purple Line firms more time to reach settlement with Maryland; Woman falls onto Bethesda Metro tracks

Council finalizes comments on I-495/I-270 widening study

Officials to ask state for further review of ‘diversion’ alternative

UPDATED: Elected officials urge Hogan to release $2M for businesses hurt by Purple Line construction

Legislature included money in budget; governor’s spokesman says spending ‘under review’

Council to reiterate concerns on I-495/I-270 widening study

County sending state letter with final comments on project

In final comments on I-495/I-270 study, regional planning agency reiterates objections

‘Hundreds of technical comments’ included in feedback to state on toll-road proposal

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State has taken over some Purple Line contracts

MDOT, MTA will assume work on manufacturing light rail cars, design, maintenance contracts

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