In Durham, N.C., plans for a light-rail route connecting residents, universities and hospitals were scrapped amid objections from Duke University officials, who said it would cause problems at the school’s medical campus. In Baltimore, Maryland’s governor, Larry Hogan, deemed a transit line proposal too expensive, ending hopes for a link between the east and west sides of the city.

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