Transportation

Letter: Fascination With Ex-Hogan Staffer Is Puzzling

Generations of mostly male staffers have transitioned from governors’ offices to the private sector, serving as advocates for businesses and nonprofits. Given this reality,...

Transit Ridership, Revenue Take Steep Dive

When the Mid-Atlantic region gets hit with a blizzard and workers are forced to stay home, Maryland’s transit systems — MARC, MTA, the Washington,...

Former Hogan Aide Becomes Transurban Lobbyist 

Amanda N. Allen, a former Hogan administration official who left state government in January to join Transurban, is now a registered lobbyist for the...

Opinion: Public Transit Is Part of the Crisis Response to COVID-19

It’s hard to overstate the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on every facet of our lives. Projections from medical professionals about how...

Keep the Change: The End of Cash Tolling Is ‘Inevitable’

For reasons that elude most policymakers and transportation analysts, many motorists refuse to get an E-ZPass transponder, opting instead to queue at every toll...

Frosh, Fellow AGs to Trump: Put the Brakes on New Regulations

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) and 20 other attorneys general from across the country are pressing the Trump administration to freeze pending...

National Engineering Group Gives Md. a ‘C’ for Infrastructure

Maryland has made strides in upgrading some of its infrastructure but has lost ground in other areas, a report card from a national group...

Bills Targeting Hogan’s Highway Plans Advance; Transit Funding Measure Clears House

Three bills backed by opponents of the Hogan administration’s plan to widen two highways in the Washington, D.C., suburbs cleared a major hurdle on...

Express Toll Lanes Could Raise Water Bills in Montgomery and Prince George’s

The utility that provides water and sewer services to Montgomery and Prince George’s counties could be forced to spend $2 billion to move pipes...

Opinion: On Housing Affordability

The increasing homeless population in all urban centers shows that achieving housing equity will require an innovative approach to residential distribution along with a...