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Rich Man, Poor Man: Critics Say Hogan Tries to Have it Both Ways on...

In late 2016, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) announced that the state would spend nearly $800 million to replace the aging and overcrowded...

Pay Up or Hit the Road, Md. Transit Officials Tell West Virginia 

For many years, the state of West Virginia paid nothing for the MARC commuter rail service that carries hundreds of residents to jobs in...

Maryland Is Latest Testing Ground for Tech Aimed at Drunken Driving

Maryland officials are testing new technology installed in vehicles that prevents the car from moving if the driver’s had too much to drink.The Driver...

Toll Booth Being Removed on Hatem Bridge

By Elizabeth JanneyA toll booth is being removed on U.S. 40 near the Thomas J. Hatem Memorial Bridge. The work is part of the...

Business Leaders Launch ‘Grass-roots’ Group to Back Hogan Road Plan

A Maryland businessman long active in transportation issues has launched an effort to build support for the Hogan administration’s plan to ease road congestion in...

As Real ID Deadline Approaches, Md. Lawmaker Introduces Emergency Legislation to Protect Drivers

By Melissa HowellA Maryland lawmaker is working to introduce emergency legislation to address what could be a serious problem for drivers who haven’t gotten...

Rahn Chides Lawmakers on Metro Funding, Vows to Keep Pressure on Transit Agency

Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn told state lawmakers on Thursday that his agency is making progress in its efforts to force the Washington,...

We’re No. 1: Homeland Security Recertifies Md.’s Personal ID Program

Maryland is the first state in the nation to have its federally-mandated personal identification program recertified by the Department of Homeland Security, the head...

Montgomery Co. Land Use Technocrats May Hold Heavy Sway Over Hogan’s Highway Plans

An overlapping patchwork of laws, some dating back nearly a century, may give Montgomery County’s top planning officials significant leverage in their negotiations with...

Ongoing Mystery: Will State Make Metro Funds Available?

If Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) and his transportation secretary, Pete K. Rahn, were looking to create a sense of drama and uncertainty...