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Federal Judge Tosses Final Issues Before Him in Purple Line Case

Plaintiffs fail to get new ruling on noise and environmental issues; case continues in Court of Appeals

FAA Says Study Found No Significant Noise Impacts to Bethesda Area with Flight Path Changes

County Council president says agency has no intention of solving noise issues causing residents’ complaints

Beltway Resurfacing Project To Close Outer Loop Lanes Starting Next Week

Workers will begin project to patch pavement, pave and restripe highway in Bethesda and Kensington

Planning Board Looks To Increase Max Building Density at Grosvenor-Strathmore Site

Staff estimates changes could raise housing count from 1,145 to 1,397 units

Coast Guard Lightens Potomac River Restrictions while Trump is Golfing; Maryland Representatives Urge Federal Government to Provide Purple Line Funding

News, announcements and other helpful links for Wednesday morning

Friends of Capital Crescent Trail Take Purple Line Fight to U.S. Transportation Secretary

Will Elaine Chao sign the project’s federal grant agreement?

Roadwork Begins at Georgia Avenue, Norbeck Road Intersection in Aspen Hill

State’s $2.6 million project could wrap up by year’s end

Trump Team To Replace Two Metro Board Members; Potomac River Bridge Could Become Election Issue

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

U.S. Court of Appeals Grants Stay in Purple Line Case, Restoring Project’s Federal Approval

‘It’s a stunning rebuke of Judge Leon,’ County Council President Roger Berliner said.

Lanes on Old Georgetown Road to Close Over Next Two Weekends

Road crews will work on building bus pads

Crews Detonate First Test Blast at Bethesda Pedestrian Tunnel Project

Rockville Pike briefly closed to clear people from the area; next blast set for Friday

Bethesda Avenue Repaving Set To Begin Sunday Night

Crews will tear up concrete road and replace it with asphalt; Bethesda Row work is expected to be noisy

County Council Passes Resolution Opposing Plan To Study New Potomac River Crossing

Regional transportation board is scheduled to weigh whether to study the bridge Wednesday afternoon

Police Cruiser Containing Ammo Goes Up in Flames in Damascus; Baltimore Transit Advocates Feel Overlooked By State

News, announcements and other helpful links for Monday morning

Federal Transit Administration Joins Appeal of Purple Line Ruling

Agency and Maryland challenging earlier court ruling calling for new environmental study

Metro Dismisses Track Supervisor for Overtime Abuse

Transit operator said some track managers earned more than double their base salaries in overtime

Bethesda Metro Stations To Close This Weekend and Three Following Weekends

Metro is piloting a waterproofing technology in leaky Red Line tunnel

Governor, County Executive Break Ground for New Watkins Mill Interchange

Project is expected to give Gaithersburg residents easier access to I-270

Opposition Rising Against Plan To Study Second Potomac River Crossing in Montgomery County

Hogan said it’s not something Maryland is pushing for

Blasting for Pedestrian Tunnel Underneath Rockville Pike Set To Begin in Bethesda

Explosive excavation tests start later this month while long-term blasting will last through mid-2018
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