Funding from the federal government aims to address road safety issues and traffic deaths in Maryland. The 43-million dollars in grants comes from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law through the Safe Streets for All program. Maryland’s Democratic congressional delegation says the funding includes more than 21-million dollars in projects for Prince George’s County. Nearly 12-million is earmarked for the city of Salisbury, while seven-and-a-half-million will go to the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission. Over one-million is directed to Baltimore City. Figures from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show more than 400 people died in Maryland traffic crashes during the first nine months of last year.