Baltimore's planned $2.5 billion Red Line light-rail project has received environmental approval from the Federal Transit Administration, moving the project to design phase. Construction of the 14.1-mile, east-west rail system could begin in 2015 and is expected to take six years to complete. Work, once funding is found, will include laying surface, tunnel and above-ground tracks and building 19 stations.

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