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Maryland governor lists transportation priorities, meets top Trump administration officials

Maryland governor lists transportation priorities, meets top Trump administration officials

The Washington Post
By Michael Laris
March 22 at 7:22 PM

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) met with top Trump administration officials Wednesday in a bid to advance state interests in transportation, health care and housing.

Among the transportation priorities outlined on a list obtained by The Washington Post are a new American Legion Bridge over the Potomac in Montgomery County, widening Interstate 81 in Western Maryland from four lanes to six, and roadway improvements to increase access to the Port Covington development in South Baltimore.

And the list prioritizes a futuristic “superconducting magnetic levitation train system,” commonly called maglev, between Washington and Baltimore over more prosaic concerns, such as speedier buses through the Interstate 270 corridor... FULL ARTICLE

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