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Tag Archives: Transportation

Transforming Lexington Market

Lexington Market has been an iconic presence in downtown Baltimore since its earliest days. Starting in 1782 on land between Eutaw and Greene streets donated by General John Eager Howard, the market was the destination of many horse-drawn wagons bringing ...

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Hogan says ‘bold’ transportation proposal is on the way

OCEAN CITY —  Gov. Larry Hogan promised county leaders a bold consolidated transportation plan as a sign the state is shifting focus from responding to the pandemic to dealing with more traditional needs. The governor’s 15-minute address at the Maryland ...

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