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Agency releases detailed mix of proposals, utilizing heavy rail, light rail and bus rapid transit.

Organization’s leaders express frustration with how the state has managed the region’s transportation network.

Baltimore residents and local officials told state lawmakers that they want to see legislation improving public transportation, education, public safety and decriminalizing drug use…

When the Maryland Transportation Authority put tentative Interstate 495/I-270 “express lane” toll rates out for public comment earlier this year, the project’s built-in annual…

Baltimore County Executive John A. Olszewski Jr. (D) accused the state’s top transportation officials on Wednesday of short-changing his jurisdiction by funneling more money…

The Maryland Transit Administration and five metro Baltimore jurisdictions announced on Thursday that they are moving forward with their joint pursuit of improved transportation…

Maryland’s Senate gave unanimous approval Thursday night to a bill that would reform emergency procurements in the wake of controversial multi-million-dollar deals struck by…

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) will ask the state’s Board of Public Works this week to approve a $250 million settlement with Purple…

A public opinion survey released by backers of a multi-state initiative to reduce vehicle-generated pollution found high levels of support for their proposal.  The…

Federal stimulus funds have helped restore some of the revenue that Maryland’s transportation systems have lost to the COVID-19 pandemic, but not enough to…