Posts Tagged ‘Purple Line’

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Says Purple Line Will Not Threaten Endangered Species

The U.S. Fish and Widlife Service is sticking with its research and saying a proposed Purple Line—a light rail train line that would run from Bethesda to New Carrollton—will not have an impact on any endangered or threatened species, despite a lawsuit filed this week that claims otherwise.
Friends of the Capital Crescent Trail and two Maryland [...]

District Line Daily: Shrimp vs. Purple Line

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Bethesda and Chevy Chase residents are suing the U.S. Transportation Department, arguing that a planned Purple [...]

District Line Daily: Google Rules

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Former Google executive and retired Navy SEAL Harry Wingo will replace Barbara Lang April 1 as [...]

District Line Daily: A Private Purple Line?

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The state of Maryland will seek a private firm for the construction and operation of the [...]

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