"Governor Hogan's plan falls far short of revolutionizing transportation across our critical East-West corridor, as would have happened with the Red Line. Baltimore is woefully behind other cities in public transit, and this plan does little to advance it. At best, this bus plan may help the state fulfill its basic obligations under Maryland law. But it fails to deliver the regional East-West economic development benefits that Baltimore's business leaders, elected officials and residents had been counting on through the Red Line. Perhaps most importantly, Governor Hogan's proposal does little for the citizens of Baltimore who are in desperate need of forward-thinking transportation services to increase their access to jobs and better health care, childcare, and educational opportunities. I am still left without an answer to what happened to the $736 million in state transportation funding that Governor Hogan took away from the region and redistributed to highway projects across the state."