Introducing Marc Korman, chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation and the Environment. As the chair, Delegate Korman will be pivotal in determining future directions of the I-279/495 highway project.
How did he get this position? Speaker of the House Adrienne Jones recently appointed him, recognizing his commitment to transportation and environmental issues.
Who is he? A Maryland House Delegate who represents District 16 in Montgomery County. He serves on the Appropriations Committee, and is also chair of the Montgomery County House legislative delegation. As the legislative delegation chair, he speaks and advocates for our entire 24-member delegation.
Why does his chairmanship matter? Because Delegate Korman has already played a strong and influential role in opposing Governor Hogan’s plans to add four managed toll lanes to I-495 and I-270. Now, as chair of the subcommittee, Delegate Korman will be even more prominent.
What does he think about the P3 project to add toll lanes to I-270 and I-495? Learn more about his commitment to transportation and environmental issues. Come hear him at the CABE Public Meeting on Sunday, October 27, from 3:30-6 pm at the North Chevy Chase Christian Church,
8814 Kensington Parkway, Chevy Chase, MD 20815.