SILVER SPRING, Md. (AP) — Montgomery County officials say the cost of a Silver Spring transit hub has gone up again by about $11 million.

The Washington Post reports that the price tag for the center is now $112 million, more than three times the original estimate.

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The Silver Spring Transit Center would bring together buses, Metro rail and MARC trains in the downtown area.

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The project’s opening has been delayed repeatedly by changes in construction plans and a lack of sufficient funding, and it is now several years behind schedule. County officials said Monday that it could be completed by August at the earliest.

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