Legislation would support 7,500 new jobs in addition to the 52,000 jobs in the Administration’s FY2013 proposed capital budget
Includes “braking mechanism” for consumers and stronger protections for the Transportation Trust Fund
ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Martin O’Malley today, joined and supported by Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown, and business leaders and CEOs from across Maryland, testified before a joint hearing of the House Environmental Matters and Ways and Means Committees as well as the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee on the Maryland Transportation Financing and Infrastructure Investment Act of 2012.
In his testimony earlier today, the Governor made the case to rebuild the State’s aging infrastructure. Read the full testimony here.
To see the cost of putting off tomorrow what we can do today for Maryland’s infrastructure, visit the Down the Road webpage.