Feds approve $125M grant to ease Howard Street Tunnel bottleneck

Maryland will receive a $125 million federal grant to expand the Howard Street Tunnel, a long-sought infrastructure project deemed critical to easing a rail bottleneck hampering shipping from the Port of Baltimore. The grant was announced by Gov. Larry Hogan Monday afternoon. “For years, our administration has pursued funding for this critical project, and after a number of ...

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