SILVER SPRING, Md. — More than a year after construction began on the Purple Line, a lawsuit that initially halted the light-rail project is still causing problems.
During a Purple Line forum Thursday evening in College Park, project leaders said they are struggling to make up for lost time.
“For a year, construction had been halted because of the lawsuit,” said Gregory Sanders, vice president of the advocacy group Purple Line Now. “It had always been a problem to try to figure out how they could get some of that time back.”
Construction started in August 2017.
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