Correction: An earlier version of this story, relying on a county website that had not been updated, misidentified Montgomery County Council President Nancy Navarro as vice president and Montgomery County Council member Roger Berliner as council president.
A commuter advocacy group, frustrated by the long-running delay in the completion of the Silver Spring Transit Center, called Wednesday for more information from county officials.
The head of the Action Committee for Transit said that many questions remain unanswered a year after the public first learned that construction of the complex had been halted.
“We may not be thrilled with the answers, but we would like to know more about what is going on,” Tina Slater, the group’s president, said at a news conference outside the unfinished structure along Colesville Road in downtown Silver Spring.
Commuters had high hopes for the project, which is intended to bolster the revitalization of downtown Silver Spring and streamline public transportation there, bringing together Metro, MARC, Ride On, taxis, intercity buses and other transportation.