ABERDEEN, Md. - Lt. Governor Anthony G. Brown joined military, state and local officials on Monday to celebrate the completion of a $33 million project to reconstruct the US 40 / MD 715 interchange at the gateway to Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) in Harford County.
The first Base Realignment and Closing (BRAC)-related highway project to be completed in the county, the road improvements will help accommodate planned and future growth at the proving grounds by improving traffic capacity, reducing congestion and enhancing safety for military personnel, civilians, contractors, suppliers, local businesses and visitors traveling to and from APG, according to a news release.
Brown is also highlighting millions of dollars in transportation improvements recently added to the state transportation budget to improve key intersections along access routes to APG.
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