Maryland Intercounty Highway Nudges Out Light Rail

Clarkson, Karen Finucan
June 2005
Planning;Jun2005, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p45
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the proposed freeway linking two suburban Maryland counties. Despite decades of debate and an investment of more than $45 million, there is still little to show. The Maryland State Highway Administration expects to decide by late spring when the intercounty connector (ICC) will be built and which of two routes it will follow.


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