Howard Street Tunnel upgrades could take 6 years

A rail chokepoint in the city restraining the Port of Baltimore’s potential economic impact could be eliminated in the next decade if it receives federal funds. During the Greater Baltimore Committee’s transportation summit on Wednesday, Bradley M. Smith, director of the Office of Freight and Multimodalism for the Maryland Department of Transportation, said needed improvements to ...

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