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The Baltimore Red Line extension is another transit project that Maryland has identified as a potential public-private partnership (P3). This article specifically discusses the Maryland Transit Administration’s push to get $146.1 million approved to continue with project designs and studies. Their plan involves the renewal and extension of several existing consultant contracts. Article provides more details on these contracts and examines the potential impact that Maryland’s recent decision to raise the gas tax to support transportation improvements, an amount expected to be close to $1.2 billion, could have on moving this project along.