Local officials say the state needs to be more transparent about construction impacts.
State officials say they might need to cancel the light-rail project if its environmental approval isn't restored by Aug. 1.
The ruling delays construction of the Maryland light-rail line and threatens federal funding.
With tracks built into local streets, light-rail construction is particularly disruptive. But residents and businesses hope they will eventually profit.
When Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan canceled Baltimore’s Red Line and cut state funding from the Purple Line, he shifted more than $1 billion from transit to road construction. Here are the road projects he plans to build with that money...