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Losing Red Line a ‘self-inflicted wound’ for Maryland, Ben Cardin tells GBC crowd

Maryland’s congested roads will keep companies and people from relocating here. No transit solutions are on their way for Greater Baltimore now that the Red Line is no more. And nationally, money for highways and transit remain tied up in Congress’ budget battles.

Such was the bleak picture painted Monday of the future of transportation in Greater Baltimore and beyond during the Greater Baltimore Committee Transportation Summit at the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel. The event focused on how the U.S. is lagging behind much of the developed world when it comes to funding transportation and that no near-term budget solution is on the way to fix crumbling infrastructure.

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