Governor Hogan Advances Bipartisan, Interstate Plan To Address Traffic Crisis

Just a few miles down the road from the bickering of Washington, Governor Larry Hogan is forging bipartisan consensus to solve critical issues.

Last November, Republican Maryland Governor Larry Hogan and Democratic Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced an interstate accord to address the traffic crisis in the Capitol Region. Yesterday, the Maryland Board of Public Works voted in a bipartisan fashion to advance this historic and monumental plan.

As chair of the National Governors Association, Governor Hogan has made rebuilding our nation’s infrastructure an urgent priority. Governor Hogan continues to show that – unlike in DC – it’s still possible to work across party lines to get things done and deliver results for the people.