Big funding for traffic relief

(December 20, 2017—ANNAPOLIS, Md.) Could it be the end of overburdensome commute times and rush hour stress? The newly announced $461 million in funding for traffic relief initiatives might help.

Yesterday, Gov. Larry Hogan announced the investment that will bring the Maryland Department of Transportation and the Maryland Transportation Authority together to pursue innovative solutions to congestion on the Baltimore Beltway, or I-695, and I-95.

Read more about the projects on the full release here.

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