By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Nearly $16 million is being poured into airports across the State of Maryland, all in an effort to improve safety.

Eight airports, including Baltimore-Washington International, will share the funds, but St. Mary’s County Regional Airport will be getting most of it, more than $5.5 million.

At most of the airports, the money will go toward extending or rebuilding runways. This is all part of a bigger project by the FAA, investing in airport safety at 405 airports nationwide.


CBS Baltimore Staff


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