Transportation

Report: $2B Gap in Funding for State Transit Systems

Report: $2B Gap in Funding for State Transit Systems

Maryland faces a $2 billion gap in keeping its transit systems in a state of good repair over the next decade, according to a...

Kopp: State May Look Into Divesting From Fossil Fuels

On a day that brought another intense rain storm, with her audience’s cell phones buzzing with emergency warnings about damaging flooding in the region,...

Baltimore City, Anne Arundel Fill High-Profile Slots

Baltimore City Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young (D) and Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman (D) each announced high-level additions to their teams on...
Bernie Sanders

Frank DeFilippo: Our Love-Hate Relationship With Socialism

President Trump, testing 2020 campaign themes, likes to taunt Democrats as the “Socialist party” and hopes to make it stick.Newt Gingrich, the nutty professor,...

The Cost of That Toll? Depends on Your E-ZPass

By Elaine S. PovichZipping along the Massachusetts Turnpike, unsuspecting tourists from other states encounter an electronic toll plaza. No problem: The transponder they bought...

Lawmakers Rip Hogan Plan to Withhold $55M from Transit Agency

On his first day as a member of the board that oversees the Washington, D.C., region’s transit agency, Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn...

Montgomery Co. Makes Bus Service Free for Kids and Teens

By Alessia GrunbergerTaking the bus around Montgomery County is about to get a whole lot easier for kids and teens.Starting Monday, all children younger...

Four Years Later, Death of Red Line Still Angers ‘Car-Free’ Lawmaker

Four years ago Tuesday, Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) pulled the plug on the Red Line, a federally approved subway line in the Baltimore...

MVA Opens New Columbia Location For Real ID Appointments

By Elizabeth JanneyThe Motor Vehicle Administration opened a new temporary customer service center in Columbia. Officials say the annex will enable Maryland MVA officials...

Can Hogan Claim Jack Evans’ Scalp?

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr.’s persistent criticism of Jack Evans, board chair of the Washington, D.C., area’s transit agency, finally paid off.Evans, a member...