Transportation News

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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Defining 'opportunity' in Baltimore

In the wake of Freddie Gray and the unrest in Baltimore, the recent release of the Regional Plan for Sustainable Development may mark an important step toward creating a more sustainable and equitable region.

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Picking up the pieces after the Red Line

If there was a preeminent goal attached to Baltimore's now-canceled Red Line, it was to create and fill jobs — from the thousands required to design and build the 14-mile east-west light rail line to those expected to develop...

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Without a Red Line, we must shore up other Baltimore transportation options

Gov. Larry Hogan's unambiguous decision to kill the Red Line came after the 2015 legislative session, denying the Maryland General Assembly any prospect of redress.

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Fighting for the Red Line

Gov. Larry Hogan's announcement that plans for the Red Line transit route would be tabled was painful both personally and professionally.

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Red Line rejection could show developers Baltimore is 'moving backwards'

A robust public transit system is increasingly important to developers. With the death of the Red Line, many see a lost opportunity for Baltimore.

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