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Projects at the port

Post-Sept. 11 security projects

  • Dundalk Marine Terminal, perimeter security -- $650,000.
  • Dundalk Marine Terminal, highmast lighting, phase one -- $2.394 million.
  • Dundalk Marine Terminal, highmast lighting, phase two --$1.308 million.
  • World Trade Center, waterside and landside physical barriers --$50,000.
  • World Trade Center, building security -- $1.32 million.
  • North and South Locust Point, perimeter fencing, $100,000.

Future projects that are funded with federal and state funds

  • Dundalk Marine Terminal, access control -- $5.064 million.
  • Remote video surveillance system -- $3.703 million.
  • Patrol boat -- $260,000.
  • Terminal perimeter security -- $2.5 million.
  • Cargo and information system security, computer systems -- $219,000.
  • Explosives detection equipment -- $450,000.

Unfunded future projects

  • North and South Locust Point, Fairfield and Masonville terminals, retrofit existing gate entrances with smart card and biometric technology -- $2.356 million.
  • Dundalk Marine Terminal, area to conduct inspections and identification checks of privately operated vehicles -- $434,000.
  • Badging center, to issue identity cards to transportation workers -- $794,000.

Source: Maryland Port Administration, "A Report to the Maryland General Assembly Regarding Funding to Address Vulnerability Concerns," December 2004

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