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By Katherine Brzozowski The Maryland Transportation Authority is exploring phasing out all cash toll booths across the state within the next 13 years. Today,…

Few issues expose traditional fault lines in Maryland politics — rural vs. suburban, Republican vs. Democrat — like funding for mass transit. For many…

There were new indications on Thursday that Maryland leaders are poised to hit a crucial funding target set by regional advocates of the Washington area’s…

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The Maryland House of Delegates gave tentative approval on Wednesday to a measure that would give the Washington, D.C.-area’s Metro system the first dedicated…

State lawmakers appear poised to name a new bridge in honor of a long-serving member of the Southern Maryland delegation, partly to honor the…

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) expressed optimism that the local governments responsible for the Metro system, and the federal government, will come up with…

State Sen. Cheryl Kagan (D-Montgomery) said Monday’s Metro derailment in Washington, D.C., underscores the need for Maryland, D.C. and Virginia to approve a new…

I love living in Rockville. However, the amount of time I spend in traffic along the I-270 corridor can make living in this place…

Former Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening (D) says the decision to locate the College Park Metro station off campus was a “huge mistake, made on…

On Thursday, Gov. Larry Hogan (R) went big. After 2 ½ years of small but politically potent triumphs – like toll reductions and starting…