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These Maryland highways will get a boost worth $845 million

June 29, 2015

By Perry Stein, Washington Post
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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday that he would increase spending on the state’s roads and bridges by $1.35 billion in the coming years. The announcement came as Hogan said he planned to move forward with the long-awaited Purple Line rail project, as long as costs can be reduced and Montgomery and Prince George’s counties can cover more of it.

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Route 219 completion a priority for coalition

June 27, 2015

By Judy D.J. Ellich, Daily American

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Maryland officials plan to move forward to build their portion of Route 219 from Interstate 68 to the Pennsylvania border. The two states are partners in the planning process of the four-lane highway.

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Inland Port designation could be next for WNY

May 13, 2015

by David Bertola, Buffalo Business First

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The Port of New York and New Jersey is working with Buffalo Niagara International Trade Gateway Organization to explore whether Western New York can be designated as an inland port.

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Route 219 Project Seeing Progress

May 6, 2015

by Christian Heilman, WTHJ

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SUMMIT TOWNSHIP, SOMERSET COUNTY — A new project stretching through Somerset County is going to connect Ebensburg to Meyersdale with a four-lane highway.

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Pilot project for inspecting Peace Bridge trucks in Canada declared a success

April 22, 2015

by Robert McCarthy, Buffalo News

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Washington officials Wednesday declared successful a Peace Bridge experiment testing the feasibility of pre-inspecting U.S.-bound trucks in Canada, paving the way for an expected major reduction in congestion at the international span.

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