Originally published in Mirage News. Read the full article.

“Faster commuter trains between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. could have a profound economic impact on Maryland’s largest city by attracting an influx of District residents that could spur more neighborhood redevelopment and by giving Charm City residents easier access to higher paying jobs in the nation’s capital.

new analysis from Johns Hopkins University’s 21st Century Cities Initiative details how government investments in the infrastructure necessary to accommodate express service by MARC (Maryland Area Regional Commuter) trains could benefit the nearly 10 million people who make up the nation’s fourth largest region.”

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