With trains running all day, every day, on a network that stretches from Elkton to Frederick and from Waldorf to Towson.  Maryland can do it. For no more than the $8 billion cost of a single proposed highway widening, Maryland could build:

  • The Baltimore Red Line 
    to create a connected Baltimore transit network
  • Southern Maryland Light Rail
    from the Branch Avenue Metro station to Waldorf and White Plains in Charles County
  • 2007 MARC Growth and Investment Plan
    including trains every 15-20 minutes all day from Washington through Baltimore Penn Station to White Marsh, all-day two-way service from Washington to Frederick and to Camden Yards and from Baltimore to Aberdeen, and trains from Baltimore to Elkton and on into Delaware