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Construction on Purple Line has halted, state official says

Contractors expect to hand over project within next two weeks


Purple Line builders file countersuit against state for cost overruns, delays

Lawsuit claims Maryland breached contract, seeks more than $100M


After 36 truck crashes on Beltway’s ‘Big Curve,’ crews can’t figure out how to make it stop

Plus: Seneca Boat launch gives veterans, Walter Reed patients easy access to Potomac River; Matriarch of Butler’s Orchard dies


State figuring out who will take over Purple Line project

Transportation department will have long-term construction plan in 4 to 6 months

Elrich suggests state should go back to ‘drawing board’ on I-495/I-270 widening project

Rockville Mayor Newton also voices opposition as hearings on environmental study conclude


UPDATED: Purple Line contractors can abandon project, judge rules

Contractors will be allowed to walk off on Monday at 5 p.m.

Montgomery County rolls out first four electric Ride On buses

They will hit the roads Friday morning, transportation director says

State adds 30 days to comment period for I-495/I-270 environmental impact study

Elected officials, public now have until Nov. 9 to submit views on widening project

UPDATED: State’s I-495/I-270 study expanded without proper notice, regional agency complains

Planning board chair wants public comment period restarted on environmental report


UPDATED: Judge orders Purple Line contractors to stay on job until mid-September

State filed lawsuit on Monday amid battle over light-rail project

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