Aberdeen Proving Ground interchange reconstruction hailed

Daily Record Staff//September 9, 2013

Aberdeen Proving Ground interchange reconstruction hailed

By Daily Record Staff

//September 9, 2013

Completion of an important highway interchange near Aberdeen Proving Ground was a cause for celebration Monday, and Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown and other state and federal officials did just that.

The reconstruction of the US 40/MD 715 interchange and roadway widening project leading to the entrance of APG in Harford County cost about $33 million and employed more than 300 workers during the three-year construction period.

The reconstruction took on added necessity after hundreds of civilian and military personnel moved to the area of the Army base as a result of the Base Realignment and Closing, or BRAC, process.

The project is part of a $129 million state effort to improve roadways leading to APG.


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