The paralysis in Maryland over Gov. Larry Hogan’s push to expand parts of two key important transportation arteries, the Beltway and Interstate 270, is a triumph of partisanship, myopia and parochialism that poses a threat to the Washington region’s long-term welfare. There are no victors in Maryland’s dysfunction, but the losers are obvious: commuters hoping to avert a future of increasingly nightmarish highway congestion.
There are only losers in Maryland’s dysfunction over highway expansion
July 8, 2021