Baltimore Sun: State cancels bid process to redevelop travel plazas

From the Baltimore Sun —-

The Maryland Transportation Authority has canceled the bidding for a contract to redevelop and manage its two travel plazas along the toll stretch of Interstate 95 in northeast Maryland, deciding to go back to the drawing board rather than continue with a solicitation it had to revise repeatedly.

Maryland Transportation Secretary Beverly Swaim-Staley said the state is committed a public-private partnership to redevelop the aging Maryland House and Chesapeake House on the John F. Kennedy Memorial Highway.   She said the authority’s abrupt cancellation of its request for proposals Monday was prompted by a desire to start over and get it right.

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