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Report: Poor Maryland roads cost drivers about $2,000 a year

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Poor road conditions in Maryland are costing drivers in the Washington area about $2,200 a year, according to a new report released by a transportation research group. TRIP, a national transportation research group based in the District, said roads in Maryland are crumbling and are gridlocked -- costing drivers time and money. The $2,200 factors in fuel costs, lost time while sitting in...

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