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Baltimore Partners with PA on Sustainable Transportation TIGER 3 Project


November 8th, 2011 | Categories: Infrastructure, Programs | Post Comment

The Pennsylvania Environmental Council led a consortium of municipalities in appying for a USDOT TIGER 3 grant titled The Mid-Atlantic Region’s “Sustainable Transportation for Livable Cities.” This project, submitted on behalf of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, addresses improvements in the City Of Baltimore, MD;  the City of Newark, NJ; and Camden County, NJ.  The package requests approximately $42 million in federal support for 5 projects in PA, 3 in NJ, and a bucket of projects for Baltimore, MD with a total project cost of a little over $60 million.  Aspects of the “Sustainable Transportation” project include:

The Baltimore project requests:

Special thanks to Congressmen Dutch Ruppersberger, Elijah Cummings and Senator Ben Cardin for their support of this project. 

The application is available online for review

 


 

 


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