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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

More Than $800 Million in Projects and New Services Underway in 2014 Thanks to the Transportation Infrastructure Investment Act of 2013

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Baltimore Region Groundbreakings:

Eastern Shore Groundbreakings:

Washington Region Groundbreakings:

Southern Maryland Groundbreakings:
  • $4.4 million – MD 4 widening project between MD 235 and Governor Thomas Johnson Bridge in St. Mary’s County (started in April)

BWI Marshall Airport:

Transit Service Started in 2013:
  • $139.5 million – Replacing Maryland Transit Administration’s (MTA) Kirk Avenue Bus Facility(Kirk Facility) in northeast Baltimore City ($74.7 million for Phase II was made possible thanks to the Transportation Investment Act). The two-phase project will replace the 66-year-old Kirk Facility with two new buildings: a Maintenance Building (Phase I - $64.8 million) and the Transportation and Storage Building (Phase II - $74.7 million)
    (started in November 2013)
  • $46 million – MARC weekend service between Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
    (started December 2013)
  • $132 million (FY 2014 - 2019) – Operating grants for local bus service including Baltimore CityCharm City Circulator, Prince George’s County The Bus, and Montgomery County Ride On(started in 2013)


Anonymous said...

Spreading the love all around the state for once. I'll take it.

Anonymous said...

Look at all the projects for the metro region, and one on the shore and none in the Western. We know what values we pull.

Anonymous said...

if you call this spreading the love, no wonder we on the shore are totally fu$!#

Anonymous said...

But Maryland Casino Live is holding a job fair in Atlantic City thanks to your local politicians at work.All these projects will not go to locals.

Anonymous said...

Looks like Western Maryland gets no love..