The city and a transportation company will share the cost of rebuilding a retaining wall along a railroad track that collapsed earlier this year and swallowed cars, a sidewalk and a streetlight.
Residents who live along a street that collapsed in Baltimore will be allowed to return home soon.
Repairs on the Baltimore street that collapsed in April following a rainstorm, taking a streetlight and six cars with it, may cost more than $18.5 million, according to the Baltimore City Department of Transportation.
Twenty-eight homes have been evacuated following a “slope failure,” an event similar to a landslide, and water and sewage main breaks in Fort Washington, Md.
Trains are running again on a section of track that was buried when a street collapsed in Baltimore.
Bob Dylan says he thinks President Barack Obama is going to win a landslide.