Md. funds infrastructure to encourage private development

12/16/2008 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Maryland will spend millions in state funds to help develop five locations aimed at encouraging military families to settle in high-density communities with easy access to mass transit. In Westport, where a waterfront development is planned, state funds will subsidize improvements to freeway ramps and repair aging bridges, among other things. Officials note the federal base realignment could create 60,000 jobs in the state but the increased population could strain existing transportation systems.

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