Cyclists say they've had a harrowing ride on roads since the Georgetown Branch trail closed in September.
Maryland officials haven’t said when larger trees will be cut on Georgetown Branch Trail.
Purple Line opponents say trees should be spared until their lawsuit is decided.
While advocates of the 16-mile light-rail project cheered the apparent ramping up of construction, those who use the trail said their final goodbyes.
Ever since it opened 20 years ago, the clock had been ticking on the Georgetown Branch Trail, an oasis of green space in suburban Maryland that was set aside for … Click to Continue »
With construction of the Purple Line under way, the Georgetown Branch Trail will be closed for four to five years, though community groups vow to fight it.
For the entire length of the light rail line's construction, estimated to be between four and five years. [ more › ]