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Gov. Wes Moore plans to restore $150 million of $3.3 billion transportation budget cuts

January 17, 2024

Gov. Wes Moore, facing resistance from other state and local leaders over his administration’s plan to trim $3.3 billion from Maryland’s six-year transportation spending plan, said Tuesday that he intends to restore $150 million of the anticipated cuts. The move — which includes reversing a plan to limit Baltimore’s outsize share of the state’s highway user revenues — would be funded with a one-time infusion of funds in the 2025 fiscal year budget Moore will release Wednesday.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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