Maryland to reapply for federal transit grants after Trump administration changes program

Maryland has to reapply — again — for a federal grant that would provide the funding necessary for reconstruction of the 121-year-old Howard Street Tunnel.

The state had applied for a $155 million Fastlane grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation in December for the tunnel project and $76 million for new highway ramps off of Interstate 95 and roadwork surrounding the 266-acre Port Covington redevelopment. But under President Donald Trump’s administration the department recently replaced…



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