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Hogan officials, analysts clash over Baltimore transit funds

Hogan officials, analysts clash over Baltimore transit funds

The state's top legislative analyst said Tuesday that hundreds of millions of Maryland transportation funds are sitting unused after the cancellation of the $2.9 billion Red Line — prompting Baltimore lawmakers to call on the Hogan administration to earmark that funding for the city. "If there is money that is not dedicated, there are possibilities for projects in Baltimore," said Del. Maggie McIntosh, a Baltimore Democrat and the budget chief in the House of Delegates. "We want to have a transportation map that doesn't leave any jurisdiction off, including Baltimore. We need to get back on the Hogan map," she said. But Hogan administration officials...

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