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$1.5 Billion in Transportation Investments for Baltimore Metro Area





"To create jobs, a modern economy requires modern investments like the ones we are announcing today for the Baltimore region." --Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley.


Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley announced Sept. 4th nearly $1.5 billion in transportation investments for the Baltimore metropolitan region. The governor also touted $689 million in investments for the Red Line, including $519 million for construction of a new Red Line station. He said the investments will support more than 13,000 jobs.

The Red Line is a 14.1-mile, east-west light rail link between Woodlawn in Baltimore County to the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center campus on the east side of Baltimore City.

The governor also announced a new weekend service beginning in December for round trips between Penn Station in Baltimore and Union Station in Washington, D.C.

Through the state's Transportation Infrastructure Investment Act of 2013, Maryland is investing $4.4 billion over the next six years, which is expected to create hundreds of millions of dollars in economic activity. More particular on Maryland's 2014-2019 transportation program can be found here.








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