Tracking The Trump Administration

Many Marylanders and others have been calling, emailing and reaching out by all means available to express their thoughts about the actions being taken by the Trump Administration. I do not agree with President Trump on most topics and share those concerns.

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I encourage you to check these pages regularly for the latest news and actions. Together we will fight to keep our nation progressing forward. 

On April 17, 2019, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) announced the availability of a draft version of the Environmental Assessment for the Washington DC to Baltimore Loop Project, the first step in a joint federal-state review of a non-traditional transportation technology. The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration, acting as the state agency project sponsor, facilitated an environmental review of the project in coordination with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), acting as the lead federal agency. The project proposed by The Boring Company consists of the construction of a set of parallel, twin tunnels (one in each direction) that would transport passengers in high-speed, autonomous, battery-powered electric vehicles. The proposed tunnels would run parallel for 35 miles beneath the public right-of-way of US 50/New York Avenue Northeast, the Baltimore-Washington Parkway, MD 295 and Russell Street from Washington, DC to Baltimore. The project would be entirely funded by The Boring Company.

The draft of the Environmental Assessment can be viewed for 45 days and public comments can be submitted online at https://www.dcbaltimoreloop.com. Deadline for comments ends June 8, 2019.

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