Transportation News

Red Line supporters say Hogan administration dragging feet on records release

Advocates for a now-canceled transit system in Baltimore are accusing state transportation officials of not complying with open records laws and failing to provide documents they say will show how Gov. Larry Hogan and state...

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U.S. lawmakers press Hogan for city transit funding

Members of Baltimore's congressional delegation are pressing Gov. Larry Hogan's administration for detail about how much money the state will save by ditching the Red Line project, and why none of those savings are headed for...

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Red Line math

There's no crying in baseball, and there's no politics in math.

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Red Line: No Plan B

The upshot of the meeting Gov. Larry Hogan's transportation secretary called with Baltimore area officials Monday to discuss alternatives to the Red Line is that there is no real alternative to the Red Line.

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State says it will improve Baltimore bus system; city reps say that is not enough

After killing the $2.9 billion Red Line project, Hogan administration officials gathered city elected officials Monday for a closed-door meeting and pledged to make Baltimore's much-maligned bus system run better.

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Riders air concerns about Baltimore bus system

The buses are slow. The drivers are rude. The routes are too long. Riders are packed in like sardines.

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