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Tag Archives: Transportation

Newsmakers: Gov. Martin O’Malley

The Daily Record met with Gov. Martin O'Malley a few days before he will face re-election, pitted against former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. O'Malley discusses his plans for business, transportation and how to bring Maryland out of recession successfully.

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Martin O’Malley: Parrying GOP’s ‘old saw’

In the waning days of a campaign dominated by economic issues, Gov. Martin O’Malley said he would reduce regulatory red tape and remain focused on the high-tech sectors he believes are primed for strong growth as Maryland emerges from the ...

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O’Malley, Ehrlich differ on funding for transit plans

Transportation has shouldered its way in alongside jobs and the economy as a key issue in the governor’s race among many in Maryland’s private sector who see investments in rail, road, air and sea travel as essential to the state ...

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Business leaders: Lawmakers need to raise money for roads

State and federal lawmakers need to raise more money to repair aging roads, bridges and rail lines, and build the next generation of transportation infrastructure, business leaders and public officials said Wednesday. “To have a first-class transportation system, whether it ...

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