Mr. Hogan’s road to somewhere


Keep Purple Line ‘on schedule,’ Md. business leaders urge in letter to Hogan

(Katherine Frey / The Washington Post)

The Prince George’s and Montgomery chambers of commerce wrote a letter to the Md. governor-elect.


Hogan’s comments on ‘building roads’ bode ill for the Purple Line

The incoming governor says his priority is “building roads,” not light rail lines.


Battle for Purple Line heats up as Hogan prepares to become Maryland governor

(Bill O'Leary / The Washington Post)

Both advocates and opponents of the light-rail plan say they will appeal to the governor-elect’s business sense.


An awful train connection

Federal spending bill includes $100 million for Purple Line

If approved, money would be first significant federal construction aid for Maryland light-rail project.


Local digest: O’Malley hires Hyers as a senior adviser

A roundup of news from across the Washington region.

Purple Line bid deadline delayed for Hogan decision

Maryland transit officials say they want to give the governor-elect time to consider the project before accepting bids.


Taxpayer backlash creates major doubts for Columbia Pike streetcar and Purple Line

COLUMN | After elections, the Purple Line and Columbia Pike Streetcar might be in danger.


Riding light rail and streetcars into better communities

(Sarah L. Voisin / The Washington Post)

Planned streetcars and light rail will improve quality of life in the region.