The president of the Maryland Association of Counties said Thursday that a “significant increase” in state transportation aid represents a good start but more is still needed. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, speaking to the annual gathering of county leaders, said $663 million in transportation aid was the culmination of a promise made eight years ago. But the underlying formula governing that aid is lower than where it was before cuts were made more than a decade ago.
Hogan touts transportation aid during his tenure, but counties say it still lags
August 19, 2022