The U.S. government is doling out millions of dollars to railroad projects throughout the country in hopes of improving supply chains and passenger rail service. The announcement by the Biden administration of $368 million in Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvements will go to more than 46 projects designed to improve safety and broaden the nation’s rail infrastructure. About $15.8 million is set to come to Maryland to add four new working tracks and two crane rail beams within the Port of Baltimore’s Seagirt Marine Terminal.
U.S. DOT Push to Fund Passenger and Freight Rail Projects Includes Port of Baltimore Improvements
June 3, 2022