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Links 1 through 9 of 9 by South Laurel Views tagged BRAC

When the federal government announced in 2005 that thousands of military personnel and defense contractors would be transferred to Fort Meade, local officials drafted a list of $1.1 billion in roadway improvements needed to accommodate the growth.

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The state and federal highway administrations are funding a study to decide how best to improve Route 198 between Routes 295 and 32.

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Welcome to the Maryland Department of Transportation's (MDOT's) website for Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). This website is one of many important components in our approach to BRAC as we continue to share information on the creative visioning and ...

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The mission of the Governor’s Subcabinet on Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) is to enable the State of Maryland to fulfill its responsibility to support our nation’s defense and security efforts while maximizing the benefits and opportunities resul

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A subcabinet created by Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley met for the first time yesterday and gave itself a Dec. 1 deadline to develop a strategy to address transportation, education and other needs related to projected job growth from the Pentagon's base...

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Universities in Prince George’s and elsewhere in the Washington region are beginning to put the pieces in place to accommodate and train employees for the 45,000 new jobs that are expected to enter Maryland as a result of the military’s Base Realignme

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