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Maryland could face millions in cost risks if toll lane plan for Beltway, I-270 stalls

January 24, 2021

Maryland would have to pay up to $50 million to companies pursuing a decades-long contract to add toll lanes to the Capital Beltway and Interstate 270 if the controversial project doesn’t move forward, according to recently released bid documents. Under a proposal for the project’s first contract, the state would have to reimburse upfront “predevelopment costs” if the highway plan stalls for a list of reasons.

Article Source: Washington Post

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