From the Baltimore Business Journal
Maryland has been tapped to receive $22 million in federal funds to replace the century-old Susquehanna River Bridge, part of a $2 billion push to upgrade the nation’s high-speed rail lines. The state will use the money for engineering work to replace the bridge, which federal officials say causes frequent back-ups for commuters due to the high volume of critical maintenance issues needed to keep the bridge in operation.
The bridge saddles Cecil and Harford counties. . .