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City eyes two-way traffic on St. Paul and Calvert streets

City officials are considering a plan to have two-way traffic on St. Paul and Calvert streets, which are main one-way roads in the central part of Baltimore.

On Wednesday, Baltimore's Board of Estimates approved a $140,000 contract with Baltimore firm Sabra, Wang & Associates Inc. to perform a traffic study for the roads, along with a study of corridors from Fayette Street to University Parkway.

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