ANNAPOLIS, Md. - A Board of Public Works meeting in Annapolis Wednesday is expected to feature a crucial vote on a proposal regarding Maryland's Interstate-270 toll lane project.
Governor Hogan wants a public-private partnership to build toll lanes on I-270 and the Beltway in Montgomery County and to build a new American Legion Bridge. F
Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich prefers reversible express lanes on I-270.
In June, the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and the transportation planning board removed Maryland Governor Larry Hogan's P3 Toll Lanes Project from a list of future environmental impact studies – a move that could threaten federal funding for the project.
Elrich sent a letter to the Board of Public Works urging them to reject the project.