The U.S. Department of Transportation is putting $6 million toward revitalizing Penn Station - one of two projects in Maryland to benefit from President Biden's large infrastructure package this year.

The $6 million will be part of a $150 million redevelopment of Baltimore's 111-year-old train station over the next few years.

The federal funding will go toward improving access to the station, including dedicated bus lanes on Charles Street, curb extensions at about 10 bus stops on Charles and St. Paul, access improvements to the Jones Falls Trail (which is part of bicycle and pedestrian connectivity), traffic signal adjustments and crosswalk improvements, replacement of bridge railings, installation of interactive kiosks, public plaza improvements, and a secure bicycle parking facility.

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