The Central Maryland Transportation Alliance Connects People To Job Opportunities

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"Let's Get to Work" initiative pushes for expanded MARC service, improved schedule

BALTIMORE - The Central Maryland region suffers from years of inadequate investment in transportation infrastructure - especially when compared to other major urban centers and the facts are daunting. In the past fifteen years, regions across the U.S. including San Diego, Salt Lake City, Denver, Dallas, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Charlotte and Norfolk have all invested hundreds of millions of dollars to build out rail systems that connect people to jobs. The Baltimore region extended the light rail to Hunt Valley and BWI Airport in 1997, but has not significantly expanded its rail system since.
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