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Maryland Transit Administration

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

Emissions

In March, President Biden unveiled the American Jobs Plan, an historic investment in the United States’ long-neglected infrastructure systems. The plan, which is undergirded…

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

An effort to reconcile the competing versions of major environmental legislation collapsed in the final hours of the General Assembly session Monday night, rendering…

Equity

On June 25, 2015, Gov. Larry Hogan did irreparable harm to Baltimore when he canceled the Red Line, Baltimore’s planned east-west rail line. Not…

Transit

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused severe hardship and uncertainty for transit agencies as health officials urged Americans to stay home, work remotely and limit…

transit

With light at the end of the tunnel now in sight after a year unlike any other, Marylanders can look forward to the return…

Kim Coble

Maryland Matters recently speculated that, with vehicular traffic down across the state due to the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps it’s time to put the brakes…

Maryland transportation officials said Tuesday they will take over day-to-day management of building the Purple Line, at least temporarily, as soon as construction crews…

Central Maryland

Several years ago, Gov. Larry Hogan unilaterally canceled the Red Line project that had promised to provide the lynchpin to an integrated transit network…