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In the path of the Purple Line -- Gazette.Net

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    The Purple Line is a $2.2 billion light rail project expected to open in 2020 that will cross 16 miles to connect Bethesda and New Carrollton, passing through many communities along the way. Mouse over stops on the map to learn more about where they will be located. All photos were taken using the panorama feature on the iPhone 5.

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    More Purple Line News Group seeks paperwork on Town of Chevy Chase law firm Plan for Bethesda Purple Line station goes to County Council Report: Montgomery still hopes to demolish Apex building Owner of Bethesda’s Apex building wants more time, incentives before agreeing to demolish structure State: Purple Line plan would save taxpayer dollars Noise concerns, realignment request among Purple Line comments Leggett supports residents’ request to drop Wayne Avenue substation location in Silver Spring Silver Spring neighbors object to ‘fake house’ plan for Purple Line substation Along Purple Line route, property owners in Chevy Chase joust for adjustments County wants Apex building for ‘optimal’ Purple Line Station, but owner says it needs more time Chevy Chase plans to hire expert to help fight Purple Line route Study reveals impact of Purple Line Options for Bethesda’s Purple Line station hinge on talks with movie theater owner Light rail puts Prince George’s on track for more growth, officials say Take a virtual ride through Prince George’s County on the Purple Line Purple Line: A 2020 vision A virtual ride on the Purple Line Sounding off on the Purple Line in Montgomery County Report: Purple Line needs $400M to $900M in private funding Prince George’s cities brace for Purple Line disruptions By the numbers $2.2 billion: Estimated project cost 50 percent: Percentage expected in state funding, with the rest expected from federal funding 16 miles: Length of the entire light rail transit line 21: Number of stations along the route $60,000: Maximum offered to each business that is being relocated 74,160: Projected average daily boardings. $200 million: Amount set aside for acquiring rights of way $680 million: What the state has agreed to contribute as of now. 63: Number of minutes to travel the entire length Flat fare: Expected to be comparable to Metrobus fare 113: Number of properties — 63 businesses and 50 residences — that will be completely displaced for the entire project Sources: Michael D. Madden, manager of the Maryland Transit Administration's Purple Line project; Terry Owens and Teri Moss of the Maryland Transit Administration's Office of Media Relations; and purplelinemd.com.
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