(N/A / Purple Line Transit Partners)
(Denise Lu, Katherine Shaver and Laris Karklis)
The public-private partnership covers six years of construction and 30 years of operation of the line.
(Maryland Transit Administration / Maryland Transit Administration)
State officials say the commuter rail line will be funded with other money and service won’t change.
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Some Silver Spring residents say they worry they’ve lost their leverage to mitigate impacts from the light-rail line’s construction.
The complex light-rail contract probably won’t get much public scrutiny before approval.
(Courtesy of Maryland Transit Administration / Courtesy of Maryland Transit Administration)
The additional money would cover cost escalations on a light-rail connection to the Metro system.
Gov. Larry Hogan (R) says it will cost $3.3 billion to build and operate line for 36 years.
Spanish company also has been faulted for missed deadlines and failing to meet specifications.