Baltimore Business Journal: U.S. Sen. Cardin, Mayor Scott have discussed a possible revival of the Red Line project

Sen. Ben Cardin
By withdrawing from the project, Maryland forfeited $900M in federal funding. The 14-mile line had been in planning for years, and the state had already spent close to $300M.

Baltimore Sun: Infrastructure deal facing ‘legitimate problems,’ Cardin says. The money would fund Maryland transit, broadband needs.

The ongoing negotiations over a nearly $1 trillion investment in the nation’s railroads, roads, bridges, ports and broadband internet — and how Maryland might spend federal dollars it receives — took center stage in a virtual summit hosted by the Greater Baltimore Committee. Continue reading

GBC 2021 Transportation & Infrastructure Summit Explores Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework Plan

The Bipartisan Infrastructure process has been “a struggle,” Senator Cardin added. “The politics of this is brutal. But we’re cautiously optimistic that we can put the package together this week.” Continue reading

Baltimore Business Journal: Broker: ‘Developer with ties to Baltimore’ could take ownership of Harborplace

“A new owner with local roots, a long-term commitment and a transformational vision would provide an excellent opportunity to take the tarnish off this jewel.”–GBC’s Don Fry Continue reading

2021 Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards Nominations are Now Open!

Each year, through the Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards, the GBC recognizes exceptional minority, women-owned, majority businesses and executives who nurture the development of minority and women-owned businesses in Greater Baltimore and Maryland. Continue reading

Transportation and Infrastructure Policies and Programs

See coverage of transportation and infrastructure-related concerns and read about bills and positions supported by the Greater Baltimore Committee. Continue reading