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MDOT Seeks Image Makeover for Controversial Highway-Widening Plan

The Maryland Department of Transportation’s “I-495 & I-270 P3 Program” is history.No, the agency has not pulled the plug on its plan to add...

Maryland Toll Authority Was Unaware it was Overcharging Motorists, Audit Finds

The Maryland Transportation Authority, which operates toll facilities around the state, didn't know it was overcharging motorists, a review by legislative auditors concluded.Even after...

Opinion: Legion Bridge Is More Than a Route to Va. It’s an Expressway to...

The American Legion Bridge rebuild will not only improve transportation, it will be an expressway to the middle class for Maryland’s working men and women.

Purple Line Payment is Approved; Contractor Timeline Slides to 2022

The Board of Public Works approved a hefty payment to the consortium building the Purple Line on Wednesday, though the state’s top transportation official...

Transit Coalition: Senators, Thank You. Mode Matters

The Baltimore Transit Equity Coalition is cheering budget language that may open the door for completion of the Red Line.

Transportation Projects Dubbed ‘Vital’ by Hogan Go Unfunded in Capital Budget Plan

When the DC-area’s Transportation Planning Board voted in June to remove Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s I-270/I-495 widening plan from a list of projects...

Expired Driver’s Licenses Open Lane for Cybercriminals

Scammers are exploiting state pushes for drivers to make sure their licenses are renewed, cybersecurity experts say.

FAA: Maryland Laser Pointers Targeted Planes More Than 500 Times Between 2010 and 2020

There were 534 reports of lasers being pointed at planes in Maryland between 2010 and 2020, according to federal data released last week.There were...

Federal Agency Hits Pause Button on Baltimore-DC Maglev Rail Proposal

The lead federal agency charged with reviewing a proposed high-speed train between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. has “paused” its evaluation of the project.The Federal...

Baltimore Judge Sides With Westport Developer Over Maglev Rail System in Land Dispute

In a victory for the firm behind an ambitious waterfront development in South Baltimore, a judge on Monday rejected a lawsuit filed by Baltimore-Washington...