State pledges $28 million to interchange

The Baltimore Sun

The state has committed $28 million to help pay for a project that will add an interchange to Interstate 795 in Owings Mills, officials said yesterday.

Gov. Martin O'Malley joined Baltimore County Executive James T. Smith Jr. for the announcement at the site of the future Dolfield Boulevard interchange. The state funding will include engineering, design and some construction.

The county is contributing $625,000, officials said. A bridge and an extension of Dolfield Boulevard also are planned.

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